# remove automatic spacing to fill row

I'm writing my thesis, but I have a problem that I can not solve. Latex when there are few words in a stripe, adds spaces to completely fill the line.

How can I remove the spaces to fill the line? NB: I'm using book documentclass. Thanks.

• Welcome to TeX.SE! Please show us -- as usual here -- a short compilable tex code resulting in your shown screenshot ... – Kurt Feb 11 at 16:48
• Welcome between the users of TeX.SE. Your complete code is important; it could probably be a hyphenation problem. – Sebastiano Feb 11 at 16:48

Don't use \linebreak. If the text should continue in a new line, try \newline or better an empty line:

\documentclass{book}

\begin{document}

or a predicate vertex\linebreak
bla bla

or a predicate vertex\newline
bla bla

or a predicate vertex

bla bla

\end{document}

• Thanks for the answer, the problem was just that! – apollo9 Feb 11 at 17:21