Indeed meaning in English: In this article, the meaning of the word ‘Indeed’ is explained in easy English with examples, along with its synonyms and antonyms.
‘Indeed‘ pronunciation= in-did, in-ded
Indeed meaning in English
The word ‘Indeed’ means ‘really or in fact or without doubt’.
‘Indeed’ is used to confirm someone’s statement.
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Use of ‘Indeed’
When is the word ‘Indeed’ used?
▪ Indeed is used after very and an adjective or adverb to emphasize a statement or description, etc.
▪ Indeed is used to add information to a statement.
▪ Used in a response to express interest, surprise, or contempt.
▪ Used to emphasize a positive statement or answer.
▪ Somebody has just asked a question and you are repeating the question showing that you do not know the answer.
The word ‘Indeed’ acts as an adverb.
Sentences that can be formed using the word ‘Indeed’ are as follows.
▪ The meal was very cheap indeed.
▪ The mangoes were very tasty indeed.
▪ Shane bowled really well today. He did indeed.
▪ I was very sad indeed to hear of your wife’s death.
▪ It’s cold today. ‘It is indeed.
▪ We need more staff. We do, indeed.
▪ The sale of products looks promising. They do, indeed.
▪ It is indeed a remarkable achievement.
▪ It was a very good buy, indeed.
▪ The last two months have been very bad for my career.
A friend in need is a friend indeed
This phrase is about friendship.
If someone (friend) needs your help and if you help them then you are a good friend.
The synonyms of the word ‘Indeed’ are as follows.
The antonyms of the word ‘Indeed’ are as follows.
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