Definition of Indentions

1. Noun. (plural of indention) ¹



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Definition of Indentions

1. indention [n] - See also: indention

Lexicographical Neighbors of Indentions

indenizening
indenizens
indeno
indenol
indenols
indent
indentation
indentations
indented
indentedly
indenter
indenters
indentified
indenting
indention
indentions (current term)
indentment
indentments
indentor
indentors
indentour
indents
indenture
indentured
indentured servant
indentured servants
indentures
indentureship
indenturing
indenumerable

Literary usage of Indentions

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A First Manual of Composition: Designed for Use in the Highest Grammar Grade by Edwin Herbert Lewis (1899)
"To copy a dialogue correctly, using indentions and quotation marks. ... Copy the following dialogue, taking care to get the indentions right (see pages 7-8) ..."

2. Composition-rhetoric by Fred Newton Scott (1898)
"Faults of Indention: indentions too Few. 1. In a preceding paper I have spoken of an English Sunday in the country, and its tranquillizing effect upon the ..."

3. Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the Progress edited by William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington (1826)
"indentions. Spining Machines. AN improvement in spinning flax, cotton, wool, and silk, is about to be introduced by Mr. Molineux, of Stoke, in Somersetshire ..."

4. The London Journal of Arts and Sciences by William Newton (1821)
"Nobel indentions. Snowden's Leaf collecting Machine. A machine of rather a novel description, has been recently constructed by Mr. Snowden of Oxford-street, ..."

5. Vocational Printing by Ralph W. Polk (1918)
"CHAPTER IX indentions Indention is the setting in of a line or lines for the purpose of calling attention to a change in thought or subject, or for emphasis ..."

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