Indeed adverb - Without any question.
Usage example: I know that you can indeed do better than that
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Synonyms for Indeed
Truly adverb - Not merely this but also.
Usage example: he is a kind, truly generous man
Indeed is a synonym for truly in part of speech topic. You can use "Indeed" instead the word "Truly" as an adverb or a noun or an adjective or a interjection, if it concerns topics such as really, actually, real, verily. popular alternative
Nearby Word: truism
Both words in one sentence
- A sail is not a truly reactionless drive - indeed, such a thing may not actually be possible.
Source: Reactionless Drive
- While Jalie is actually pretty soundly defeated at the end, Dante is still a little depressed, seeing as Jalie does indeed represent an evil that neither they nor humanity as a whole can ever truly defeat permanently.
Source: As Long as There Is Evil
- His Stryker really, truly believes, and is an honest, moral, hard-working, unselfish and indeed admirable man in many ways—Whose actions nevertheless clash severely with the moral beliefs of most readers.
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