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indent (2 this meaning arises from the fact that agreements between mutually contracting parties were written in duplicate on one sheet, the two copies being then severed by a zigzag line)
1. to move in a zigzag line, to double Ven. 704 “Turn, and return, i-ing with the way” ; cf. AYL. IV. iii. 114 “A green and gilded snake . . . with i-ed glides did slip away.”
2. to enter into a compact with 1H4 I. iii. 87.
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    • William Shakespeare, As You Like It, 4.3
    • William Shakespeare, The First Part of Henry IV, 1.3
    • William Shakespeare, Venus and Adonis, ven
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