What does it mean when someone says indeed?
1: without a doubt: real, undeniable – often used interjections to express irony, disbelief or surprise. 2: in reality. 3: all things considered: in fact.
What is indeed good for?
Indeed is the world’s most popular job site. It takes the pain out of looking for a job and job seekers love it. It brings all the information they need to find their dream job on one site. Candidates don’t have to spend time figuring out who is hiring. Indeed tells them who gets hired.
What does indeed beautiful meaning?
4 an expression of doubt, surprise, etc.
Can I use indeed at the beginning of a sentence?
If “indeed” is the right word to use, it’s OK at the beginning of the sentence, just as the other members have tried to reassure you. The Cambridge Advanced Learner dictionary has “indeed” at the beginning of the first sample sentence here.
How do you end a sentence with indeed?
Use indeed at the end of a sentence
- She is indeed very beautiful.
- Thank you very much indeed.
- I was indeed very happy with the invitation.
- His performance was indeed very bad.
Is it correct to say yes indeed?
: sure – used as a more emphatic affirmative answer than just “yes” “Do you know him?” “Yes indeed!”
Are sure and yes synonyms?
There’s also yep, yeah, yeah, yup, ya, yessir, you bet, okay, okay, absolutely, of course, like, sounds good, will do, no problem, aye aye, roger, all the way, sure, and, if you are a truck driver, 10-4. Then there’s my absolute least favorite affirmative phrase: sure.
What is the meaning of most certainly?
Dictionary. very sure interjection. Used to indicate express agreement.
What do you reply to affirmative?
To answer a question in the affirmative, say “yes” or make a gesture that means “yes.” He asked me if I was ready.
How do you use the word indeed in a sentence?
Indeed Phrases Examples
- The life of a sailor is indeed a hard life.
- Indeed, why should anyone feel sorry for her?
- The child was indeed very tired.
- She said that Katie was indeed very sweet, but unfortunately needed proper instruction.
- She was indeed very displeased because I could not find her name in the book.
Is indeed a formal word?
You can use this meaning without much, but it is much more formal or literary: rare indeed is the book that captivates adults and children alike. ‘Was he very angry? ‘ ‘Indeed he was.
Can I say true indeed?
Indeed comes from the expression in dede, which means “in fact, in truth.” If you do use the word, you underline that something is true. The word is also used when you want to introduce a point that is even truer than the last one you made.