indeed (adverb, interjection) LISTEN
Indeed means ‘in fact’ or ‘in reality’ and is used for emphasis.
- Indeed it rained; the streets are flooded.
Indeed can also be used to express surprise, disapproval, or irony.
- "Did Robert pass the test?" "Indeed! He had the highest score on the exam although he didn't study."
Yes, indeed and indeed, I do are very strong ways to say yes or certainly.
Did you know?
Two and a Half Men was a US TV comedy series. In this scene, the woman says, “Indeed I did.” What did she do?
In pop culture
Listen to Frank Wilson sing this Motown classic, “Do I Love You (Indeed I Do).”
There are other meanings of indeed.
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