2. Verb. (third-person singular of indent) ¹
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Definition of Indents
1. indent [v] - See also: indent
Lexicographical Neighbors of Indents
Literary usage of Indents
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Statutes at Large of South Carolina by South Carolina, Thomas Cooper, David James McCord (1841)
"47 Special indents receivable under the Instalment Law. 5 vol. 91 Loan to the United States subscribed in indents. 5 vol. 173 Officer receiving indents, ..."
2. Theory and Practice of International Commerce by Archibald John Wolfe (1919)
"c) Far Eastern indents. We have already mentioned that the form of Indian indents is customary also in the Far East. But in addition to this, ..."
3. The Home Counties Magazine: Devoted to the Topography of London, Middlesex by William John Hardy (1899)
"Slab adjoining to the last on the east side showing indents for figures of a man and wife, apparently facing each other, and a foot inscription, ..."
4. Trading with Latin America: How to Sell Goods, Export Policies, Methods by Ernst B. Filsinger (1919)
""indents." Very few Export Commission Houses now confine their operations to "indents." This term is English and has reference to the orders which the ..."
5. pennsylvania archives by Pennsylvania State Library, Pennsylvania Dept. of Public Instruction, Pennsylvania Secretary of the Commonwealth (1855)
"officers with indents, to be issued for interest as aforesaid, and also with such checks and instructions as they from time to time shall judge necessary, ..."
6. The Writings of James Madison: Comprising His Public Papers and His Private by James Madison, Gaillard Hunt (1901)
"I mentioned before that the rate of indents here was about a dollar in the pound. Whether I can get the certificates for your taxes I cannot say, ..."