indicative ADJECTIVE 1) serving as a sign or indication. 2) Grammar (of a form of a verb) expressing a simple statement of fact, rather than something imagined, wished, or commanded.
NOUN Grammar an indicative verb.
DERIVATIVES indicatively adverb.

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