Definition of Even spacing
1. Noun. Regularity of spacing.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Even Spacing
Literary usage of Even spacing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Practice of Typography: Correct Composition; a Treatise on Spelling by Theodore Low De Vinne (1904)
"Compositors on time, and piece-hands who make alterations on time, have no excuse for the neglect of even spacing. Piece-compositors who have to take back ..."
2. Railway Shop Up to Date: A Reference Book of Up to Date American Railway by Maham H. Haig (1907)
"here the even spacing prevails the tracks are from 2п tu 22 feet between centers with usually a distribution track in every alternate space. ..."
3. The Practice of Typography: Modern Methods of Book Composition by Theodore Low De Vinne (1904)
"even spacing often has to be sacrificed for correct divisions. In double-columned matter, solid and of narrow measure, thin spacing is preferable. ..."
4. Text, Type and Style: A Compendium of Atlantic Usage by George Burnham Ives, Atlantic monthly press, inc., Boston (1921)
"As the width of the page decreases, the difficulty of securing even spacing increases; it reaches its height when, as in the magazine, the text is set in ..."