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synonyms for indication

  • explanation
  • expression
  • gesture
  • hint
  • implication
  • inkling
  • manifestation
  • omen
  • proof
  • reminder
  • sign
  • signal
  • suggestion
  • symptom
  • trace
  • warning
  • adumbration
  • attestation
  • augury
  • auspice
  • cue
  • earnest
  • forewarning
  • index
  • intimation
  • mark
  • nod
  • note
  • notion
  • pledge
  • portent
  • preamble
  • prefiguration
  • prognostic
  • prolegomenon
  • show
  • signifier
  • telltale
  • token
  • vestige
  • wind
  • wink
  • indicia
  • significant
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antonyms for indication

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  • misinformation
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How to use indication in a sentence

The rumor mill has also found indications that Apple may release a second, cheaper new version of the Watch.
APPLE’S ‘TIME FLIES’ EVENT: 5 THINGS TO LOOK FORAARON PRESSMANSEPTEMBER 15, 2020FORTUNE
The CEO has given no indication he’s ready to retire, but if the 59-year-old Cook moved on tomorrow, look no further than Chief Operating Officer Jeff Williams, 57, to take over.
APPLE’S LEADERSHIP EVOLVES AHEAD OF A POST-TIM COOK ERARADMARYASEPTEMBER 12, 2020FORTUNE
Perhaps the other indications had returned to normal by the time the cardiac MRI and other tests were performed.
COLLEGE ATHLETES SHOW SIGNS OF POSSIBLE HEART INJURY AFTER COVID-19AIMEE CUNNINGHAMSEPTEMBER 11, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
This test is an early indication that one of them is shedding the virus, viral shedding starts before symptoms develop.
A NEW KIND OF COLLEGE EXAM: UCSD IS TESTING SEWAGE FOR COVID-19RANDY DOTINGASEPTEMBER 7, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
These early tests often involve 1,000 or fewer people and are mostly designed to provide an indication that a vaccine is safe, not whether it is effective.
TRUMP WANTS A COVID-19 VACCINE BY ELECTION DAY. BUT WILL ONE BE READY?JEREMY KAHNSEPTEMBER 4, 2020FORTUNE
I think this is a very positive indication that the FAA is starting to be responsive to the industry’s push forward.
AMAZON IS ONE BIG STEP CLOSER TO DELIVERING PACKAGES BY DRONEROB VERGERSEPTEMBER 2, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
As we’ve been saying for more than a year now, RSAs aren’t going away and this is further indication of Google’s intention to eventually make them the primary ad format for Search campaigns.
[UPDATED] IS GOOGLE PREPPING TO PHASE OUT ETAS?GINNY MARVINAUGUST 28, 2020SEARCH ENGINE LAND
If the serological survey’s indications are accurate, the actual number of cases in Pune would be 20 times as high as the official number.
SURVEY OF INDIA’S 9TH-LARGEST CITY FINDS COVID ANTIBODIES IN 52% OF THE POPULATIONNAOMI XU ELEGANTAUGUST 21, 2020FORTUNE
Nothing we see right now is really an indication of what people might accept in 2021.
‘YOU HAVE TO INNOVATE ON THE VALUE’: THE DISPARATE STATE OF VIRTUAL EVENT TICKETINGLUCINDA SOUTHERNAUGUST 7, 2020DIGIDAY
In like manner the mouth, from being a bare symbolic indication, gradually takes on form and likeness.
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WORDS RELATED TO INDICATION

  • casual remark
  • charge
  • citation
  • connotation
  • denotation
  • figure of speech
  • implication
  • imputation
  • incidental mention
  • indication
  • inference
  • innuendo
  • insinuation
  • intimation
  • mention
  • play on words
  • quotation
  • remark
  • statement
  • suggestion
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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