indicate

[ in-di-keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF indicate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDICATE

There was nothing in her behaviour to indicate a consciousness of error from her sphere.

If the feet have been left on, they too will serve to indicate the age.

Testimony to be presently noted will indicate the importance of this statement.

To indicate the effect, he included a galvanometer in the circuit of the battery and the button.

The title with which we brand unmarried women to indicate that they are in the market.

Our numbers will indicate where they are to be found in the foregoing collection.

Jim did not answer, and a snore seemed to indicate that he was slumbering.

This does not, however, indicate that they take an arrow view of things.

When he crosses a lode, its bending is supposed to indicate the presence thereof.

And this was the only sign to indicate that he was aware that his privacy had been invaded.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INDICATE

gestured

verbmake signs, motions to communicate

gestures

verbmake signs, motions to communicate

gesturing

verbmake signs, motions to communicate
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