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indent2 to create a dent in. [2 definitions]
indentation the act of indenting. [3 definitions]
indention the act or result of indenting, or the state of being indented; indentation. [2 definitions]
indenture a legal deed or contract, esp. one in which the copies have matching indentations used for identification or authentication. [5 definitions]
indentured servant a person who is bound to work without pay in the service of another for a specified length of time, esp. in exchange for the cost of travel, food, and lodging.
independence the quality or state of being independent. [2 definitions]
Independence Day a U.S. national holiday celebrated on July 4 in commemoration of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence from England in 1776; Fourth of July.
independency the state or condition of being independent; independence. [2 definitions]
independent not ruled by another; self-governing. [5 definitions]
independent clause in grammar, a clause that can function independently as a complete sentence; main clause.
independent variable a mathematical variable in a functional relationship, whose value may change independently of the value of other variables.
in-depth thorough and detailed.
in depth thoroughly.
indescribable not capable of being described; beyond description.
indestructible not capable of being destroyed, damaged, or broken.
in detail including all the particulars.
indeterminable impossible to establish or measure; not ascertainable. [2 definitions]
indeterminate not fixed, clear, or precise; indefinite or uncertain. [3 definitions]
indetermination the state or quality of being indeterminate. [2 definitions]
index an alphabetical listing of subjects, names, specialized terms, and the like in a book, with page numbers given for each item indicating where these items are mentioned or discussed in the book. [10 definitions]
indexation the automatic adjustment of wages, prices, interest rates, or other economic factors to a cost-of-living index.