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offering to point: signs indicative of anemia; an…
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Verbs have three moods, the
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offering to point: signs indicative of anemia; an insignia indicative of large position.
Grammar Of, relating to, or becoming the feeling of verb found in ordinary goal statements.
helping as an indication, indicator or recommendation of something
of, or relating to the indicative feeling
Pointing out; bringing to note; providing intimation or understanding of one thing perhaps not visible or obvious.
Suggestive; representing the entire by a component, as a fleet by a ship, a forest by a tree, etc.
(usually accompanied by `of') pointing down or exposing obviously
regarding the mood of verbs that is used quick in declarative statements
Grammar The indicative mood.
Grammar A verb when you look at the indicative mood.
the indicative state of mind
The indicative feeling.
In sentence structure, the indicative mode. See I., 2. Abbreviated indicative
a mood (grammatically unmarked) that presents the act or state as a target reality
Pointing out; bringing to see; providing intimation or understanding of some thing perhaps not visible or apparent; showing.
In sentence structure, noting that mode for the verb which shows (that is, simply predicates or affirms), without the additional modal implication: as, he writes; he's composing; they run; has got the mail appeared?