Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Indeed"

The meaning of "Indeed" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does indeed mean?
A: You say it when you agree.
Example:

"It is very hot today"
"Indeed"
Q: What does indeed mean?
A: Indeed means without a doubt, in fact.
Q: What does indeed mean?
A: without any question / truly, undeniably — often used interjectionally to express irony or disbelief or surprise / in reality / all things considered / as a matter of fact.

-You can understand me right? Yes you're smart indeed.
-You are very kind indeed!
-I know that you can indeed do better than that.
Q: What does indeed mean?
A: Sure, of course. But "indeed" sounds classy.))
Q: What does 'Why indeed?' mean?
A: Probably in a situation like this:

A: "Why is there a box in the middle of the street?"
B: "Why indeed?"

Person B is acknowledging that Person A's question is a good question. The answer is not obvious, so it is reasonable to ask 'why.'

Example sentences using "Indeed"

Q: Please show me example sentences with indeed .
A: A friend in need is a friend indeed

We didn't expect that the presentation would be good, and indeed it was a disaster
Q: Please show me example sentences with indeed.
A: Does this help?

Indeed is used to make a stronger point in your sentence. You can kind of think of it as "yeah I will definitely be doing that."

If someone asks me if I am going to college, I could say "I am going to college, indeed."

Or if you wanted to use it at the start of the sentence..."Indeed, I am going to college."

Just keep in mind that the word "indeed" sounds a little more formal than "definitely."
I could also say "Yeah, I'm definitely going to college!"
Q: Please show me example sentences with indeed.
A: Indeed is a word that is used in conversation that is a bit formal.
Examples:
-"Does she like him?" "Indeed"
-"He is a handsome man indeed"

It can mean the same thing as "obviously" or "for sure"
Q: Please show me example sentences with indeed .
A: "there was indeed people there"
"indeed!"
"I liked him indeed"

"indeed" is to say yes, correct or truthfully
Q: Please show me example sentences with indeed.
A: A: "This looks beautiful."
B: "It looks beautiful indeed."

A: "Did you order the pizza?
B: "Indeed I did. It should arrive soon."

A: "It looks like there are many people from China here."
B: "Indeed, there are many Chinese immigrants living here."

Synonyms of "Indeed" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between indeed and literally and in fact and really ?
A: Indeed is used to confirm a statement - 'The apple looked good, and indeed it was delicious'
Literally is used to show people you are being serious 'He took it very literally (seriously)
In fact is also used to confirm a statement "In fact, the apple was the best I have ever eaten."
Really is used to exaggerate something - "It was really big"
Q: What is the difference between indeed and in fact ?
A: "Indeed" is used to agree with something.

"In fact" is used to introduce something new or disagree with something that was said before.

Eg:

- "Do you hate strawberries?"
- "No, I don't hate them. In fact, I love them!"

- "I wonder if you're Italian.."
- "I am, in fact, Italian!"

("In fact" works here only because the person wasn't sure if he was Italian or not. So the fact that he was Italian was introduced as something new.)
("I am indeed Italian" also works!)

- "You love school, don't you?"
- "Indeed, I do!"

Another difference is that "Indeed" can be used by itself to say "Yes, I agree."
However "In fact" cannot be used by itself as a response.

- "Blueberries are the best type of berry."
- "Indeed." (Yes, I agree.)
Q: What is the difference between indeed and exactly ?
A: "Indeed" is agreement. You might use it like this:
"I did indeed see a penguin in a truck yesterday." or
"Did you see the penguin in that truck yesterday?" "Indeed I did."

You use "exactly" to tell someone they're right.
"So you mean to say you saw a penguin in the back of the truck?" "Exactly."
Q: What is the difference between indeed and actually ?
A: "Indeed" is when you are agreeing with what someone is saying. "Actually" is when you want to say something that contradicts, or goes against, something that has been said. Hope this helps! 🌸✨
Q: What is the difference between indeed and in fact ?
A: You're welcome! :)

Translations of "Indeed"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? indeed
A: maybe he wants to hear it!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? indeed
A: Sure! Indeed kinda means "yeah, or yup" Especially when agreeing with someone.

Examples:

Girl: I really liked the party last night.

Boy: Indeed, it was super fun!

Example 2:

Boy: So you'll be able to show up early?

Girl: Indeed, I'll make sure to be there.
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