Top Definition
Freedom spacing is the practice of inserting only one space after a period in typed text. It is the alternative to "French spacing," a system in which periods are followed by two spaces.
Billy, use freedom spacing in your reports from now on. Only the ignorant or snobby use French spacing nowadays.
by Greg Laughlin October 17, 2007
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