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Main Entry: 1inĚdenĚture
Pronunciation: in-'den(t)-sh&r
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English endenture, from Anglo-French, from endenter
Date: 14th century
1 a (1) : a document or a section of a document that is indented (2) : a formal or official document usually executed in two or more copies (3) : a contract binding one person to work for another for a given period of time -- often used in plural b : a formal certificate (as an inventory or voucher) prepared for purposes of control c : a document stating the terms under which a security (as a bond) is issued
2 : INDENTATION 1
3 [3indent] : DENT