Traveling there, he noticed an indentation in the ground that had been cleared.
The posts are set 12 feet apart, or less, according to the surface—at top and bottom of each rise or indentation.
One was a small block of cedar, with an indentation in the centre, about two thirds of an inch in diameter.
(d) Most important of all, the indentation of the veins by the stiffened arteries.
Eight hits, of which three were on the armour, making little or no indentation.
By this process, it is said, was exposed an indentation in the stone, about one and a half inches by five-eighths of an inch.
A dash, instead of an indentation, to be used as a mark of repetition.
The indentation of the lines of the poem "Coal and Candlelight" reverse at lines 12/13.
But little slope, or indentation, should be visible, except in profile.
The back of this drawing is covered with black chalk, and its lines show the indentation of tracing.
indentation in·den·ta·tion (ĭn'děn-tā'shən)
A notch, a pit, or a depression.
A space left between the left-hand margin of a line of type or handwriting and the beginning of a sentence or quotation. The beginning of a paragraph is usually indented.
document, text, programming
Space and/or tab characters added at the beginning of one or more consecutive lines to indicate the structure of a piece of text, e.g. indenting a passage to make it stand out.
Indentation is important in source code for readability. See indent style. Some programming languages go further and use indentation as the main method to represent block structure to the compiler or interpreter, see off-side rule.