indenture, blight, concavity, bruise, burn, blister, indentation, blemish, chip, dent, pit, break, burnout, hollow, breakage, crack, depression, cavity, recess.
But somehow people found that the more it was sought to keep up the paper by dint
of threats and forcing acts, the faster its value fell.
After this first hazy idea he would fain have selected his pleasures; but by dint
of using his eyes, thinking and musing, a fever began to possess him, caused perhaps by the gnawing pain of hunger.
of bawling for silence till he was red in the face, the speaker at length made himself heard again.