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11.
this word can be use to express a feeling !!! Usually in an affirmative way !!!
- Look at Allen's face , he's so cute
- Indeed !!!

-Do you think Melissa have a chance with him if she move to Moncton ?

- Indeed ... I wish
by shortybutterfly January 13, 2006
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1.
Possibly one of the most convienient words I've come across, it kills of un-wanted conversation very effectively without offending someone.

Indeed answers any closed question, a sarcastic remark or general remark you really don't care to comment on. In the case of open questions replying "indeed" lets someone know that you really don't give a flying pig's ass and can express surprise, skepticism, or irony.

Definetley one for your vocabulary.
by dw March 26, 2003
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2.
What Teal'c always says in the TV show Stargate SG - 1.
O'Neill: Wow, Teal'c, you sure do say indeed a lot.

Teal'c: Indeed.
by Bob882 January 06, 2005
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3.
one word that will both answer annoying/uncomfortable questions without giving a definite answer and end annoying conversations, very useful.
--So I heard that she completely rejected yo ass when you asked her out.

--indeed
by anonymous November 20, 2004
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4.
a word used to make even the most innatentive moron sound borderline brilliant. The use of the word indeed can speak volumes of unquestioned smarts, and can suggest that the user has a great, expansive vocabulary.

Be warned, the use of indeed may cause some people to feel uncomfortable and less superior in the users presence, intimidated by their free usage of the word.
Did you watch the village last night?
We did indeed.

Have you finished your algebra homework from section 9.4?
Indeed.

by Sawyer April 20, 2006
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5.
Something to say in agreement, whether or not you give a damn or even express any interest/pay attention.
<John:> Do you use ADSL?
<Murphy:> Indeed.

<Teacher:> Do your Maths sheet!
<Stacey:> Indeed.

<Mother:> Where did you put your sports shoes?
<Son:> Indeed.
by B-Drac September 19, 2003
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6.
overused phrase meaning "yesh, of course".
suggested alternative: indubitubly
"I hate Mr. Eiler."
"Indeed."
by flutie January 13, 2004
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7.
A word used when someone is telling you about their problems and frankly you don't give a fuck
Joe:I forgot to take my dog humper for a walk today
Dylan:indeed
by Dylowned July 30, 2005
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