double-space

[duhb-uhl-speys]
verb (used with object), double-spaced, double-spacing.
1.
to type (text, copy, etc.) leaving a full space between lines: Always double-space a term paper.
verb (used without object), double-spaced, double-spacing.
2.
to type leaving a full space between lines: I can never remember to double-space.

Origin:
1895–1900

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double-space
 
vb
to type (copy) with a full space between lines

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Example sentences
Double-space the text of your contribution if you must use a typewriter.
If the variable colon-double-space is non-nil, the fill commands put two spaces after a colon.
It is important to double-space all parts of the manuscript, including endnotes and block quotes.
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