that travels, or is able to travel, in space; that is used during or pertains to space travel
If it weren’t for his childish desire to play spacefaring financier, he'd never have put a kleka in with us.
The seedy litle [sic] man in spacefaring garb of soiled raggedness nudged him.
She’s a better ship than any of the spacefaring boudoirs that are turned out by your yards!
Once the quarantine had been clamped down and all the space-faring Remohs located and examined, Gaulers went to work.
The Finstera are not a spacefaring people; there was no possibility that the bogie would be identified as theirs.
Strange for a spacefaring, aggressive race to be so uncurious about planetary environments.
During the millennia since they had launched Starglider, their spacefaring ability must have improved enormously.
The narrator did not gloat unduly over the consternation of the other spacefaring powers, when a presumed Chinese space station suddenly blasted out of orbit and headed for Jupiter.
Had she thought he would stride off the shuttle as strong and bold as a spacefaring god from some romance?
The driver’s radio in the dukduk that had brought them here had gabbled about the Freedead fleet breaking up the orbital factories and spinning them into some enormous spacefaring construction.
He did not dislike the other spacefaring species; he found them interesting.
But eventually—two or three billion years after life had first arisen on their homeworlds—some of these cultures had become spacefaring.
Because if all this was real then he was, maybe, on the brink of the most astounding discovery in all human history, a revelation that could do untold harm or bring inestimable benefits to any combination of the Mercatoria, its adversaries and just about every other space-faring species in the galaxy.
David Wright O'Brien
Earliest cite in the OED: 1962.
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