verb (used with object), in·den·tured, in·den·tur·ing.
Origin of indenture
Related formsin·den·ture·ship, nounun·in·den·tured, adjective
Examples from the Web for indenture
The indenture in which the books are catalogued mentions nine books received before: possibly these were the gift of 1435.Old English Libraries|Ernest Savage
He told Gideon he was going to record the indenture when we got to Leesburg and it would always stand in evidence against me.Watch Yourself Go By|Al. G. Field
The canceling of the terms of indenture, he regarded as a secret act, intended merely to outwit his opponent.
I prefer an indenture tripartite, however musty or tiresome, to a triple tyrant, however fair or entertaining.Tales And Novels, Volume 7 (of 10)|Maria Edgeworth
When the court saw that these two halves fitted—as no other portions could—then indeed the indenture witnessed.The Way of a Man|Emerson Hough