verb (used with object), pre·in·di·cat·ed, pre·in·di·cat·ing.
to indicate in advance; presage: The early thaw preindicated an avalanche.
Origin of preindicate
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Related Words for preindicatesignify, foresee, portend, foreshadow, forebode, foretell, augur, warn, harbinger, omen, feel, prophesy, sense, betoken, adumbrate, forecast, herald, vaticinate, promise, announce
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Historical Examples of preindicate
They seem to preindicate the hold of the life force on the material, and always appear when that force is broken.