To notch; to jag; to cut into points like a-row of teeth; as, to indent the side of paper.
To be slashed, notched, or dented.
To dent; to stamp or even hit in; to wow; because, indent a smooth area with a hammer; to indent wax with a stamp.
To cut the two halves of a document in duplicate, making use of a jagged or wavy line in order for each party could show that their content had been an element of the original whole.
To access a binding arrangement through such papers; to officially dedicate (to performing one thing).
To engage (some body), originally through indented agreements.
to start (a line or lines) at a better or less length from the margin; since, to indent the initial type of a paragraph one em; to indent the second section two ems significantly more than initial. See indentation, and indention. Regular indent pushes in a line or paragraph. "hanging indent" pulls the line-out in to the margin.
To crook or turn; to breeze inside and outside; to zigzag.
make a depression into
notch the side of or make jagged
set in through the margin
slice or rip along an irregular line so the components can later on be matched for verification
bind by or like by indentures, at the time of an apprentice or servant
to produce a dent or depression in, as by a blow or by force; reduction or dint.
To dent or press in; kind as a dent or depression.
which will make notches in resembling teeth; cut into points or jags like a-row of teeth; notch; jag; serrate.
particularly previously, to notch the edges of (two copies of a writing, as a deed, covenant, articles of arrangement, etc., which two events had an interest), as a conventional way of recognition and protection.
For this reason To covenant or deal for; transfer by covenant; indenture.
In type-setting and writing, to put or sink inward by a blank room inside margin, while the first line of a paragraph; hence, to start, or exceptionally to begin with and end, with a hard and fast level of empty area, whether uniformly or unevenly, as outlines of poetry or of kind particularly organized. See indention.
to go in a zigzag program; wind inside and outside; two fold in going.