Thesaurus / indent

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Basically, it’s a thumbprint cookie with the indent filled with poppy seeds.

The firths of Forth and Clyde indent the country very deeply on the east and west, almost dividing it into two parts.

Battles of English HistoryH. B. (Hereford Brooke) George

Some days we slope arms by numbers; and other days we clean dixies and indent for new boots.

Small streams empty into all of the numerous deep water gulfs and bays that indent the north coast of Oriente.

The History of Cuba, vol. 5Willis Fletcher Johnson

Drop down a few more lines before you begin with the text, and indent about an inch for the beginning of each paragraph.

If You Don't Write FictionCharles Phelps Cushing

He made a copy of the indent in triplicate, as well as an office copy.

In MesopotamiaMartin Swayne

The indent in the gravestone under the arch leaves no doubt of its having been once finished with a brass effigy.

Ely CathedralAnonymous

This individual is obtained on indent from the permanent force; but more of him anon.

He had had no thought of speaking, but the opening tempted him, and the hand clapping was indent.

It is a high altar-tomb, the cover-stone perfectly plain, with indent for inscription on its edge, but the brass has disappeared.

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