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“Interstitial” [adj.]

1. pertaining to, situated in, or forming small or narrow spaces or intervals between things or parts

2. Anatomy. Situated between the cells of a structure or part i.e. Interstitial tissue

Usage: “We are come to a world within a world. IN these alien reaches, these maugresinks and interstitial wastes that the righteous see from carriage and car another life dreams: — Cormac McCarthy, Suttree, 1979

OriginsInterstitial derives from the Latin interstitium meaning “interstice” or “an intervening space”. It entered English in the mid 1600s

— Courtesy of Dictionary.com

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