every indication

noun

: many signs that point out or show something : a likely chance
There's every indication that the strike will end soon.

Examples of every indication in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Saddam’s regime had destroyed almost all its WMD programs in the early 1990s but continued for a decade longer to give every indication of having kept much of them, immolating itself in the process. Gideon Rose, Foreign Affairs, 20 Feb. 2024 Thomas is unlikely to agree, and there was every indication Friday that all the justices are participating. Nicholas Riccardi, Twin Cities, 5 Jan. 2024 Coach Sean McVay on Monday gave every indication that Stafford would be ready to lead a team that will come out of the break with a 3-6 record and a three-game losing streak. Houston Mitchell, Los Angeles Times, 7 Nov. 2023 Naturally, no such pivot has occurred: Trump’s grip on the party is firmer than ever, and every indication suggests that a critical mass of voters want the baggage and are resistant to the idea that some amount of moderation is warranted. Jess Coleman, The New Republic, 11 Sep. 2023 But every indication out of Pittsburgh is that the asking price is extremely high, making a deal unlikely. Jeremy Cluff, The Arizona Republic, 31 July 2023 And there’s every indication temperatures will continue to increase with global warming. WIRED, 15 July 2023 There is every indication this is more than personal, especially by the track. John Cherwa, Los Angeles Times, 4 July 2023 Although the indictment is still sealed, every indication is that the case is extremely flimsy on the merits, and especially shabby given the historic import of a first-ever indictment of a former president. The Editors, National Review, 31 Mar. 2023

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“Every indication.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/every%20indication. Accessed 24 May. 2024.

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