Definition of indention in English:

indention

Syllabification: in·den·tion
Pronunciation: /inˈdenCHən
 
/

noun

  • archaic term for indentation.
    More example sentences
    • She sees indentions on the wall that resemble a hand print.
    • ‘A broken door will be reported,’ he replied disapprovingly, ‘especially one that has the indentions of your fingers permanently embedded in it.’
    • The rustling was coming from the side from one of those indentions.

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