unindent

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ indent; Originated in the 1980s when computers made it trivial for anyone to move text around on a page.

Verb[edit]

unindent (third-person singular simple present unindents, present participle unindenting, simple past and past participle unindented)

  1. To remove the indentation; to move a block of text closer to the left margin.
    I had to unindent the first line of each paragraph so that my essay would fit onto one side of paper.

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