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Webster's Dictionary 1828

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Indentation


INDENTA'TION

INDENT'ED, participle passive Cut in the edge into points, like teeth.

1. Bound out by indented writings; as an indented apprentice or servant.

2. Bound out by writings, or covenants in writing. [The practice of indenting writings is in some places discontinued, but the term remains in use.]