- Latin indictivus. See indict. (Wiktionary)
“I take umbrage at all the posters here who suggest that somehow this person's actions are indictive of the feelings of Democrats who supported HRC in the primaries.”
“He is really much more indictive of hunters in my opinion than the rude sort.”
“Softer and more feminine fabrics, silk, rep-cloth, and such, often brief and clinging, not only stunningly attractive and aesthetically pleasing, but also indictive of, and reflective of, their subjection to masculine domination, are generally required of them.”
“Each sang his indictive narrative in turn, accompanied by the whole orchestra of sixty instruments, and when this had continued for some time, and one was hoping they might come to an understanding and modify the noise, a great chorus composed entirely of maniacs would suddenly break forth, and then during two minutes, and sometimes three, I lived over again all that I suffered the time the orphan asylum burned down.”
“I have no i adea about this "scientific and indictive method" Help?!?”
“Most Met fans felt the first half of 2004 was done with smoke and mirrors (luck and good defense) and that his second half was more indictive of the pitcher the Mets were paying.”
“I live in Houston and when Enron hit, all of my MBA buddies said that kind on management was an aboration, not indictive of how business 'were run.”
“What is more indictive of their split allegience is the fact they have focused on the Second Amendment, superceding our Right to Free Speech and Assembly.”
“Q-They were as indictive of Left during Nandigram Because they are even further Left of the Left.”
“Jessica has christened boyfriend Tony Romo with a nickname that she hopes will be indictive of the couple’s future together.”
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