indicator

[ in-di-key-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF indicator
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They would as soon have cut their throats as leave the indicator unguarded.

Morse looked away, and Edwardson automatically watched the indicator.

The indicator showed that we were traveling only sixty miles an hour.

An indicator light, a switch and a knob appeared to be the only controls.

He glanced down at the indicator in front of him, which had begun to glow.

The indicator was moving, hardly faster than the minute hand of a clock.

"The indicator shows that the submarine is turning," said the captain.

With a throb of fear felt for the first time, Phœbe looked at the indicator.

There was some kind of an indicator on the side of it that looked like the face of a watch.

The cylinder of the indicator is fastened upon a wooden or Pg.

WORD ORIGIN

1660s, from Late Latin indicator, agent noun from indicare (see indication). As a finger muscle, from 1690s.

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