Nor is the smug and confident contention: "Medicine is a science, one and indivisible," so impressive and undented as it was.
The beach runs northwest and southeast, bleak and open, undented.
early 14c., "a strike or blow," dialectal variant of Middle English dint (q.v.); sense of "indentation" first recorded 1560s, apparently influenced by indent.
late 14c., from dent (n.). Related: Dented; denting.