I have to write a slant rhyme poem for my English class and I’m wondering if this sentence makes proper use of the words “indicative” and...?

“solicitous”.

“The increase in COVID cases in the US is

indicative

 

to the president’s inability to be solicitous”. 

Idk if it works because I’ve never made use of these two words in my vernacular before. 

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  • 1 month ago
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    It should be worded: The increase in Covid cases is indicative OF the president's. . . . .

    But it's actually because tests are more widely available, so more people are confirmed, whereas before, they would have had it, but not been aware. Some people have it, but don't know it, and they recover fairly quickly. 

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