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.
late 14c., from dent (n.). Related: Dented; denting.
early 14c., "a strike or blow," dialectal variant of Middle English dint (q.v.); sense of "indentation" first recorded 1560s, apparently influenced by indent.