Whether insured or not, the disruptions are indicative of real damage and real costs to the economy.
Their failure to spend is indicative of their still high sense of uncertainty.
But at this point the association should be regarded as informational rather than indicative of its source.
There are many small errors too—largely inconsequential but indicative of a lack of academic rigor.
In other words, their physical appearances were not indicative of serious financial troubles.
And Bartley's evident determination to carry out his original plan struck Cheyenne as indicative of considerable spirit.
I will be explicit; I will use the indicative mood, present tense.
The indicative is used for the statement of facts, the supposition of facts, or inquiry after facts.
It was quick, indicative of nervous excitement, but certainly not weak.
As he moved, he muttered many expressions, indicative of a deeply disturbed and even remorseful mind.