Definition of Indicational

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Indicational

indiarubber
indicable
indical
indican
indicanidrosis
indicans
indicant
indicants
indicanuria
indicanurias
indicate
indicated
indicates
indicating
indication
indicational (current term)
indications
indicative
indicative mood
indicative moods
indicatively
indicativeness
indicatives
indicator
indicator dilution method
indicator dilution techniques
indicator lamp
indicator organisms
indicator plant

Literary usage of Indicational

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1. Cosmos: A Sketch of a Physical Description of the Universe by Alexander von Humboldt (1860)
"... indicational system of the Greeks, which was so influential in the east: Ma, M&, MY, designate 10000, 20000, 30000. That which is here alone applied to ..."

2. The Retrospect of Medicine by William Braithwaite (1855)
"Its only indicational value is in regard to the administration of colchicum, and even in this respect it cannot be trusted. In no cases is lithic acid more ..."

3. Diseases of the Nervous System by Archibald Church, Julius Lincoln Salinger (1910)
"... absolutely decisive, strengthens the value of the others, and their sum makes a convincing " indicational proof" of the relation of tabes and syphilis. ..."

4. Philosophy, Humanity and Ecology: Vol. 1: Philosophy of Nature edited by J. Odera Oruka (1996)
"... then with regard to a circumstance Cl this use may be to such-and-such a degree indicational, and with respect to C2 it will be of signal character to ..."

5. Diseases of the ear in childhood: By Dr. Gustav Alexander, Tr. by Arthur J by Gustav Alexander, Arthur Joseph Bedell (1914)
"Its indicational value, however, is only of subordinate importance, as an operation cannot be regarded as devoid of success even when the cerebrospinal ..."

6. Affixes in Their Origin & Application: Exhibiting the Etymologic Structure by Samuel Stehman Haldeman (1865)
"[cï-s, a Latin preposition formed of the indicational element C, and the adverbial suffix -s in BIS, twi-ce.] on thi-s (the Roman) side of the Alps. XJ ..."

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