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indenture

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of indenture

  1. 1 a sunken area forming a separate space <the dropped hammer left an indenture in the floor> Synonyms cavity, concavity, dent, depression, dint, hollow, indentation, hole, pit, recessRelated Words burrow, cave, cavern, ditch, excavation, furrow, groove, gutter, trench, trough; basin, bowl, valley; alcove, cleft, niche, nook, opening, recess, socket; alveolus, dimple, gouge, impression, imprint, notch, pocket; borehole, chuckhole, crater, posthole, pothole, sinkhole, wallow, water hole, well; abyss, chasm, gulf, vacuity, vacuum, voidNear Antonyms hill, mound, rise; bump, bunch, hump, lump, pimple, swell, swelling, tumorAntonyms bulge, camber, convexity, jut, projection, protrusion, protuberance

  2. 2 a V-shaped cut usually on an edge or a surface <made a small indenture to mark the spot where the plank was to be sawed> Synonyms chip, hack, indent, indentation, notch, kerf, nickRelated Words joggle, nock, punch, snip; groove, score, undercut; slit, slot




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