Indictive

In`dic´tive


a.1.Proclaimed; declared; public.
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Each sang his indictive narrative in turn, accompanied by the whole orchestra of sixty instruments, and when this had continued for some time, and one was hoping they might come to an understanding and modify the noise, a great chorus composed entirely of maniacs would suddenly break forth, and then during two minutes, and sometimes three, I lived over again all that I suffered the time the orphan asylum burned down.
In preparation for both, however, the elderly British cruiser HMSV indictive was used to land 200 troops at the entrance to the Bruges Canal (at the mile-long Zeebrugge mole), in order that they could destroy its formidable shore batteries.
Symptoms are varied and general, so often are treated at face value rather than being seen as indictive of an LSD
STEVEN GABLE, "The Role of Indictive Generalisation in Collingwood's Model of Historical Explanation.