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Definition of "indicatory" [in•di•ca•to•ry]

  • That indicates, signifies or implies (adjective)

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Use "indicatory" in a sentence
  • "It is a pretty clear indicatory on how unreliable they are."
  • "But when you're going to war, it is particularly troubling when you use that kind of mentality and you don't speak about the truth of the situation as best as you know them, including the indicatory intelligence, including the caveats and qualifications and including the consequences, the risk and the cost of going to war."
  • "It is true, these are all good news, but they are not equal or even in their indicatory or predicative value."