travelling or carried through space; also, carried out in space or by means of instruments in space
The path of flashing meteor/From realms of star space borne.
As soon as the Tellus 243 was space[-]borne, the two of them put on their suits again, and opened the vent.
And just in case we fail I suggest that we contact the A-list of all League personnel and advise them to ready themselves for basic flight procedure. We have statistically determined that even with maximum efficiency, one in ten on the A-list will be spaceborn [sic] in time but I feel that this is a necessary move.
Three intelligent races had already been discovered. Not yet advanced, but capable of advancing. Eventually there would be found a space-borne civilization on a level with Man. And Man would have to be ready.
Even though his information about us, our powers, and our possible spaceborne reinforcements was scanty, I think Huruga should have ordered the heavy wagons onward.
Although eventually it may be possible to become spaceborne, with our current personnel and materials, we cannot make repairs at all.
The moon in the near future could become a source of materials to build humanity’s first spaceborne civilization.
One of the Big Ships was there, a ground crew crawling over it, servicing the spaceborne monster which had come here…because Darkover was a convenient way station on the way to somewhere else.
Considering the rush to get Universe spaceborne, it was surprising that such a good job had been done on something so spectacularly non-essential.
Val had blurted an account of herself after she was spaceborne.
And each of the gas-giant Trojan points, with their broad cluster of medium-sized planetoids, accommodated thriving spaceborne societies.
Sal had let the flier slip four hundred metres or so into the shadows under the intact forward portion of the hull—climbing gently all the time, following the mangled, buckled floors and collapsed bulkheads forming the terrain beneath them—until they could see only the slimmest sliver of violet, star-spattered sky outside and felt they ought to be safe from whatever spaceborne craft—presumably a Beyonder—had been attacking anything that moved or had recently been moving on the surface.
Earliest cite in OED2: 1953. Updated to 1952 in OED Online.
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