indention

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Synonyms for indention

the space left between the margin and the start of an indented line

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According to the company, the Nunc TufRol PS Roller Bottles have vertical pleats that are easier to empty and include indentions at the bottom of the bottle for one hand manipulation.
There are no indentions for paragraphs making it difficult to discern when one ends and another begins.
A recently fallen meteorite will usually display characteristically smooth, rounded edges and shallow indentions that look somewhat like thumbprints.
The blocked paragraphs seem easy on the eyes, but the fact that there are no indentions to tell you when you have approached a new paragraph is rather irritating.
The company says an advantage of a seamless screen is its smooth, even surface without bulges or indentions near the repeat.
The melamine, handled trays have circular indentions for colorful, interchangeable silicone mats that keep plates and beverages in place with no slipping or sliding.
The space bar, rather than tabs, is used where spaces or indentions are desired (Ream, 2000).
Make small indentions for your bear's eyes, nose, and bellybutton.
Such visual devices as headings, bold print, italics, indentions, enumerations, sketches, tables, newspaper reproductions, and sample letters help readers quickly absorb and retain important ideas.
Motels 6's new wood-effect laminate floors are manufactured by Tarkett[TM] and are composed of four layers that are pressed together under high temperatures to create a product that provides solid, uniform strength that is highly resistant to indentions, scratches and wear.
Toting a shotgun for backup, Vince led me on the trail, using primarily the bear's tracks and indentions in the ground to follow.
Here you control line length, indentions, justification, tab stops, and line spacing.
This adult male had what appears to be chronic mastoiditis, a lytic lesion in a vertebral fragment, and three separate and distinct indentions on the parietal bones.