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
Police say the family that carried out Sunday’s suicide bombings had indeed returned to Indonesia from Syria, and IS claimed responsibility for those bombings in a statement carried by its Aamaq news agency.
My first dog, indeed all my dogs, have been delightfully susceptible to it.
Now, scientists reporting today (May 10) in the journal Science have used satellite images to find that Mount Mantap indeed moved and compressed following the explosion.
This led the scientists to conclude that Hubble had indeed seen plumes on Europa, and Galileo must have flown near or through one.
Heavy sanctions can indeed lead regimes to negotiate, as Iran showed in the deal that Mr Trump has now rejected.
But Trump’s America is already a civic disaster, with millions of non-conservative Americans, indeed a majority of the population, alienated by Trump’s governance.
And as proof that this misdirection approach was indeed Miami’s strategy, the Dolphins didn’t select a quarterback in any of the draft’s six other rounds, or sign one as an undrafted rookie.
The world did indeed come, and Sorenstam's arrival at Colonial remains one of the most significant in the history of a sport Finley loved.
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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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