Without a doubt; certainly: very cold indeed; was indeed grateful. (adverb)
In fact; in reality: felt sure I'd win, and indeed I did. (adverb)
Used to express surprise, skepticism, or irony.(interjection)
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Use "indeed" in a sentence
"_ I am not a slanderer, indeed, _indeed_, I am not; here are proofs: your lordship, I find, is called the Count De Valmont; had you not once a relation of the same title, who fell in battle with the"
"And when we go to our Lord's Table do we realize that His "_flesh is meat indeed, and His blood is drink indeed_?""
""Centum mille perdrices plumbo confecit;"  that is, indeed, too often the sum of the life of an English lord; much questionable now, if _indeed_ of more value than that of many sparrows."