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indicant

[ in-di-kuhnt ]
/ ˈɪn dɪ kənt /
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noun
something that indicates; indicator.
adjective
Obsolete. serving to indicate; indicative.
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Origin of indicant

1600–10; <Latin indicant- (stem of indicāns, present participle of indicāre to point, make known), equivalent to indic- (see indicate) + -ant--ant
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British Dictionary definitions for indicant

indicant
/ (ˈɪndɪkənt) /

noun
something that indicates
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