Etymology
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spacious (adj.)

late 14c., from Old French spacios, espacios "roomy, spacious, extensive" (12c., Modern French spacieux), or directly from Latin spatiosus "roomy, ample" (Medieval Latin spaciosus), from spatium "room, space" (see space (n.)). Related: Spaciously; spaciousness.

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Definitions of spacious

spacious (adj.)
very large in expanse or scope;
a spacious view
spacious skies
Synonyms: broad / wide
spacious (adj.)
(of buildings and rooms) having ample space;
a spacious ballroom
Synonyms: roomy
From wordnet.princeton.edu