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King James Dictionary
INDEE'D, adv. in and deed. In reality in truth in fact.
The carnal mind is enmity against God for it is not subject to the law of God, neither indeed can be. Romans 8
Indeed is usually emphatical, but in some cases more so than in others as,this is true it is indeed.
I were a beast indeed to do you wrong.
Some sons indeed some very few we see,
Who keep themselves from this infection free.
There is indeed no greater pleasure in visiting these magazines of war--
It is used to note concession or admission as, ships not so large indeed, but better manned.
Indeed is used as an expression of surprise, or for the purpose of obtaining confirmation of a fact stated. Indeed! is it possible? is it so in fact?
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