On the runway and off, models are often indexed against big moments—covers, campaigns, and runway shows.
She wants to increase the minimum wage up to a living wage—$16.70/hour and indexed to inflation—gradually by 2022.
The Russian Trading System indexed dropped 12 percent on Monday, though seems to have recovered somewhat over the last two days.
Lowering tax rates for everyone makes more people subject to the AMT, because it is not indexed for inflation.
Raise the retirement age, indexed to average life expectancy.
These useful little numbers have given their name of squeezers, or indexed cards to this fashion.
Arranged, bound, indexed, all these at once become accessible and valuable.
The book is indexed, printed on bond paper, bound in flexible cover.
You have seen scores of such books and know how they are indexed and priced.
The preparation of a list of periodicals to be indexed and a more careful revision of the schedules was the first work to be done.
late 14c., "the forefinger," from Latin index (genitive indicis) "forefinger, pointer, sign, list," literally "anything which points out," from indicare "point out" (see indication). Meaning "list of a book's contents" is first attested 1570s, from Latin phrases such as Index Nominum "Index of Names," index expurgatorius "specification of passages to be deleted from works otherwise permitted." Scientific sense (refractive index, etc.) is from 1829; economic sense (cost-of-living index, etc.) is from 1870, from the scientific usage, from sense "an indicator." The Church sense of "forbidden books" is from index librorum prohibitorum, first published 1564 by authority of Pius IV.
"compile an index," 1720, from index (n.). Related: Indexed; indexing.
index in·dex (ĭn'děks')
n. pl. in·dex·es or in·di·ces (-dĭ-sēz')
A guide, standard, indicator, symbol, or number indicating the relation of one part or thing to another in respect to size, capacity, or function.
A core or mold used to record or maintain the relative position of a tooth or teeth to one another or to a cast.
A guide, usually made of plaster, used to reposition teeth, casts, or parts.
The index finger.
An alphabetical list of subjects treated in a book. It usually appears at the end of the book and identifies page numbers on which information about each subject appears.