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Date: 1300-1400
Origin: Partly from INDENT; partly from indent 'to press inward' (14-21 centuries), from dent

indented

adjective
     
Related topics: Daily Life
in‧dent‧ed
CFD an indented edge or surface has cuts or marks in it:
our deeply indented coastline

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