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used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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to show (point out, demonstrate, express, or suggest)
  • We don't know, but there is circumstantial evidence to indicate that Mayella Ewell was beaten savagely by someone who led almost exclusively with his left.
    p. 272.8
indicate = suggest (possibly show)
  • The internal arrangements of the Finch house were indicative of Simon's guilelessness and the absolute trust with which he regarded his offspring.
    p. 106.5
  • indicative = a demonstration

    (editor's note:  The suffix "-ive" converts a word into an adjective; though over time, what was originally an adjective often comes to be used as a noun. The adjective pattern means tending to and is seen in words like attractive, impressive, and supportive. Examples of the noun include narrative, alternative, and detective.)
  • From the other side, however, Greek revival columns clashed with a big nineteenth-century clock tower housing a rusty unreliable instrument, a view indicating a people determined to preserve every physical scrap of the past.
    p. 217.2
  • indicating = showing (or demonstrating)
  • "Is he all right?" Aunty asked, indicating Jem.
    p. 284.8
  • indicating = looking or nodding toward; or pointing to
  • His hand tightened on mine and he indicated that he wanted to leave.
    p. 372.6
indicated = suggested
There are no more uses of "indicate" in To Kill a Mockingbird.

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