indication[ in-di-key-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF indication
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDICATION
The odor given off by the chicken is also an indication of freshness.
In this case the indication of the pointer must be divided by ten.
Still, I don't mind that, only as an indication of his meanness.
There was no indication of the six miles of pavement which later were to be Fallon's pride.
There had been no indication in von Horn's attitude toward the girl that he loved her.
And is there not already some indication of such a religion?
Note: “In a yellow robe,” is an indication of Taoism: compare with No. 38.
Yet there was no indication that the old house was inhabited.
There is not a vestige nor indication of carving or decoration of any sort or kind.
There is no indication that anything like reflection comes to us from the sky.