subindicative

adjective sub·indicative \"+\

Definition of subindicative

archaic

  1. :  slightly or indirectly indicative

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Origin and Etymology of subindicative

obsolete English subindicate to indicate slightly (from Late Latin subindicatus, past participle of subindicare to subindicate, from Latin sub- + indicare to indicate) + English -ive — more at indicate


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