Examples of indeed in a Sentence
I know that you can indeed do better than that.
that is not merely a reason, but is indeed the entire point
Recent Examples of indeed from the Web
Economists like to say that expansions don’t die of old age—a notion that belies the fact that all previous expansions, save one, have indeed died before reaching the age of this one.
The ratification of the 14th Amendment in July 1868 transformed national belonging, and made African Americans, and indeed all those born on U.S. soil, citizens.
Lasell College president Michael Alexander confirmed that, indeed, his school’s public debt holders would not quickly approve the merger because of Mount Ida’s debt.
This is a country that faced serious talk of boycotts (and, indeed, some governments have refused to send representatives) after the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter at their home in England.
Family of members Rather than dwelling on such details, Fine focused on the words of the members who have sought him out about since the announcement first went out July 2 that the gym is indeed closing.
Obviously, all four of these products were indeed unveiled at the September event a few weeks later; with the leak being one of the first mentions of the AirPods branding for Apple’s truly-wireless earbuds.
Superstition aside, the house is indeed my family’s lodestar, keeping us connected with the elements, our senses, and one another, and always pointing us in the right direction.
As Bernard explained to us last week, the Forge did indeed turn out to be a vast server with the guests laid out in code.
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all right, alright, assuredly, certainly, clearly, definitely, doubtless, easily, hands down, inarguably, incontestably, incontrovertibly, indisputably, plainly, really, so, sure, surely, truly, unarguably, undeniably, undoubtedly, unquestionably;
by all means, by all odds, damn well, for certain, for sure;
INDEED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of indeed for English Language Learners
: without any question
—used in response to a statement that is regarded as doubtful or surprising
—used when making a statement that adds to or strengthens a previous statement
INDEED Defined for Kids
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