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indented

Syllabification: in·dent·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌinˈden(t)əd
 
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Definition of indented in English:

adjective

Heraldry
Divided or edged with a zigzag line.
Example sentences
  • Ermine on a chief indented Gules (red) three crosses wavy Or (gold).
  • Shield: Or, a diminished bordure Vert, on a chief indented Azure, two fleurs-de-lis of the first.
  • Argent, a tree eradicated and on a chief indented vert a lizard tergiant palewise Or between a snake nowed and a snake nowed to sinister argent.

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