Definition of Indenters

1. Noun. (plural of indenter) ¹



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Definition of Indenters

1. indenter [n] - See also: indenter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Indenters

indenizations
indenize
indenizen
indenizened
indenizening
indenizens
indeno
indenol
indenols
indent
indentation
indentations
indented
indentedly
indenter
indenters
indentified
indenting
indention
indentions
indentment
indentments
indentor
indentors
indentour
indents
indenture
indentured
indentured servant
indentured servants

Literary usage of Indenters

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1. Publications by Scottish History Society, Dorset Record Society (1905)
"148 q* 31 ells at 10s. 6d. per ell. 141 q* 33 ells at 15s. per ell. 150 q* 22 ells at 16s. per ell. 877. Ordered the sending of the prentices indenters and ..."

2. The Records of a Scottish Cloth Manufactory at New Mills, Haddingtonshire by William Robert Scott (1905)
"148 q* 31 ells at 10s. 6d. per ell. 141 q* 33 ells at 15s. per ell. 150 q' 22 ells at 16s. per ell. 877. Ordered the sending of the prentices indenters and ..."

3. Forest Products Statistics by New York Paper, Paper, New York, United States (1905)
"148 q* 31 ells at 10s. 6d. per ell. 141 q* 33 ells at 15s. per ell. 150 q* 22 ells at 16s. per ell. 877. Ordered the sending of the prentices indenters and ..."

4. Publications by English Dialect Society (1881)
"... better refuse to take the Boy and a low the farther to summing me or ad i better summond the boy and try to get is indenters cancled what ad i better do ..."

5. Collections by Massachusetts Historical Society (1892)
"... I give 15lbs for him for 4 years; his indenters are assigned to me and to you. There is an other miller, a young fellow, and severall other likly ..."

6. Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society by Massachusetts Historical Society (1892)
"He came in a Bristoll ship with severall other servants; I give 15'b8 for him for 4 years; his indenters are assigned to me and to you. ..."

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