The list of definitions for indentured is rather long and boring. But we have to put its meaning in one simple line; it simple means ‘to bind someone by contract’.
For example, all over the world, there exists the malpractice of binding labor to their jobs. When they are indentured against their wishes, they become bonded labor.

The dictionary definitions for indentured are as follows:
1. A deed or agreement executed in two or more copies with edges correspondingly indented  as a means of identification. (noun)
2. Any deed, written contract, or sealed agreement. (noun)
3. A contract by which a person, as an apprentice, is bound to service. (noun)
4. Any official or formal list, certificate, etc., authenticated for use as a voucher or the like. (noun)
5. The formal agreement between a group of bondholders and the debtor as to the terms of the debt. (noun)
6. Indentation. (noun)
7. To bind by indenture, as an apprentice. (verb)

Masters Tip to remember Indentured:
When I think of indentured, I see the image of man chained by a heavy weight around one’s neck and carrying out his duties out of compulsions. That is what I see: what do you see?

Usage Examples for Indentured:
1. In most malfunctioning democracies, citizens are treated as indentured slaves, bound to carry out the wishes of their rulers.
2. Several attempts have been made to remove the practices of indentured servitude from this world of mass production and capitalism.

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