- n. Plural form of indenture.
“I put my signature to certain indentures, received my pottage, and fled from his presence.”
“Pinned to the parchment of one of the indentures was a letter, which Winterborne had never seen before.”
“Indentured Servants. \% -- In the case of such as came voluntarily, carefully drawn agreements called indentures would be made in writing.”
“Pinned to the parchment of one of the indentures was a letter, which”
“However, custom has taken off the edge of it since; namely, that they who did thus contract matrimony should forfeit their indentures, that is to say, should lose the benefit of their whole service, and not be made free.”
“What portion of himself or herself any one complicated physical and psychological human being really and truly 'conveys' to another by means of the simple contract known as the "plighted troth" or that of a larger deed called the called the "solemnization of matrimony", is a riddle difficult of solution; and as to how much one may claim on the strength of one or other of these indentures, that is a more difficult problem still.”
“But I was told that there, in fact, was those kind of indentures in the second column also, the vote for U.S. S.nator.”
“After a three year apprenticeship - "indentures" they called it - I was ready to cover court without being chaperoned by a senior.”
“Our indentures finally finished, we found ourselves contemplating the endless possibilities, the lives we wanted to be living, now that we had the freedom to choose.”
“Debtholders may extend credit or buy bonds along with rights as outlined in various debt covenants and indentures, as well as having rights in bankruptcy court.”
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