indeed

Indeed vs Just - What's the difference?

indeed | just |


As an adverb indeed

is (lb) truly; in fact; actually.

As an interjection indeed

is indicates emphatic agreement.

As a proper noun just is

, cognate to english justus.

Indeed vs Arguable - What's the difference?

indeed | arguable |


As an adverb indeed

is (lb) truly; in fact; actually.

As an interjection indeed

is indicates emphatic agreement.

As an adjective arguable is

that which can be argued; ie, that which can be proven or strongly supported with sound logical deduction, precedent, and evidence.

Whether vs Indeed - What's the difference?

whether | indeed |


As a pronoun whether

is (obsolete) which of two.

As a conjunction whether

is (lb).

As an adverb indeed is

(lb) truly; in fact; actually.

As an interjection indeed is

indicates emphatic agreement.

Indeed vs Mainly - What's the difference?

indeed | mainly |


As adverbs the difference between indeed and mainly

is that indeed is (lb) truly; in fact; actually while mainly is (label) forcefully, vigorously.

As an interjection indeed

is indicates emphatic agreement.

Hence vs Indeed - What's the difference?

hence | indeed |


As adverbs the difference between hence and indeed

is that hence is (archaic) from here, from this place, away while indeed is (lb) truly; in fact; actually.

As a verb hence

is (obsolete) to send away.

As an interjection indeed is

indicates emphatic agreement.

Already vs Indeed - What's the difference?

already | indeed |


As adverbs the difference between already and indeed

is that already is prior to some specified time, either past, present, or future; by this time; previously while indeed is (lb) truly; in fact; actually.

As an interjection indeed is

indicates emphatic agreement.

Indeed vs Exactly - What's the difference?

indeed | exactly |


As adverbs the difference between indeed and exactly

is that indeed is (lb) truly; in fact; actually while exactly is (manner) without approximation; precisely.

As interjections the difference between indeed and exactly

is that indeed is indicates emphatic agreement while exactly is (signifies agreement or recognition).

Indeed vs Truth - What's the difference?

indeed | truth |


As an adverb indeed

is (lb) truly; in fact; actually.

As an interjection indeed

is indicates emphatic agreement.

As a noun truth is

the state or quality of being true to someone or something.

As a verb truth is

(obsolete|transitive) to assert as true; to declare, to speak truthfully.

Indeed vs Likewise - What's the difference?

indeed | likewise |


As adverbs the difference between indeed and likewise

is that indeed is (lb) truly; in fact; actually while likewise is (manner) in a similar manner.

As an interjection indeed

is indicates emphatic agreement.

Indeed vs Do - What's the difference?

indeed | do |


As an adverb indeed

is (lb) truly; in fact; actually.

As an interjection indeed

is indicates emphatic agreement.

As a noun do is

the bright time of the day (chiefly in adverbial constructions).

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