What does it mean when someone says indeed?
1: without any question: indeed, without a doubt â € ”it was often used in a critical way to indicate disobedience or disbelief or surprise. 2: in fact. 3: all things are taken away: as it were.
What kind of word is indeed?
such as a verb (according to ‘very’ and an adjective or other proverb): The results were very good. as a way of showing how a sentence or phrase relates to something else: It can be difficult.
How do you use the word indeed?
You really use it to verify or agree to something that has just been said. Later, he admitted that payments had indeed been made. “Did you know him?” – I really know him. You really use it to convey an idea or a continuous statement that reinforces a point you have already made.
Is it correct to say yes indeed?
: certainly â has been used as a more convincing answer than “yes” alone “Do you know him?” “Must be!”