Words nearby indentation
How to use indentation in a sentence
If needed, dig a shallow indentation in your yard to place the water vessel into.
I still feel like I have a lot of catching up to do when it comes to intensified living — far, far away from that indentation on my couch.
I had spent so much time on the couch, I was pretty sure I could make out an indentation shaped like me.
CSS is by default a very minimalist language and can operate perfectly well without spaces, indentation, comments, and other text that makes it more user-friendly and easier to develop.Core Web Vitals report: 28 Ways to supercharge your site|James Parsons|January 13, 2021|Search Engine Watch
Morsell is expected to miss one to two weeks, a reassuring outlook after he left the Terrapins’ game against Michigan on Thursday with a visible indentation near his left temple.Maryland’s Darryl Morsell has surgery to repair facial fracture, expected to miss 1-2 weeks|Emily Giambalvo|January 1, 2021|Washington Post
Traveling there, he noticed an indentation in the ground that had been cleared.Treasure Hunt to Discover Oak Island’s Mysterious Booty|Nina Strochlic|February 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Puget Sound, with its numerous inlets, is a deep indentation of the Pacific coast, one hundred miles north of the Columbia.
Spelling, hyphenation, punctuation, and indentation inconsistencies have been retained from the original book.Enthusiasm and Other Poems|Susanna Moodie
The lines of indentation made by the two prongs of the pen will be evident, as in the real signature.Sevenoaks|J. G. Holland
Pointing out a small indentation in the coast, he urged us to confide in him, and he would guarantee us a peaceful night.The Sportswoman's Library, v. 2|Various
Removing his hat, Julian Jones guided my finger tips through his thatch of sandy hair until they sank into an indentation.The Red One|Jack London
British Dictionary definitions for indentation
Cultural definitions for indentation
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.