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      vb   mainly tr  
1    to place (written or printed matter, etc.) in from the margin, as at the beginning of a paragraph  
2    to cut or tear (a document, esp. a contract or deed in duplicate) so that the irregular lines may be matched to confirm its authenticity  
3      (Chiefly Brit)   (in foreign trade) to place an order for (foreign goods), usually through an agent  
4    when intr, foll by: for, on, or upon     (Chiefly Brit)   to make an order on (a source or supply) or for (something)  
5    to notch (an edge, border, etc.); make jagged  
6    to bind (an apprentice, etc.) by indenture  
      n  
7      (Chiefly Brit)   (in foreign trade) an order for foreign merchandise, esp. one placed with an agent  
8      (Chiefly Brit)   an official order for goods  
9    (in the late 18th-century U.S.) a certificate issued by federal and state governments for the principal or interest due on the public debt  
10       another word for       indenture  
11       another word for       indentation       4  
     (C14: from Old French endenter, from en-1 + dent tooth, from Latin dens)  
  indenter, indentor      n  
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indent, indent, intend, indecent

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