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Indeed is if you agree with somebody of course is blatant


Was that Little Richard?
"She knows how to love me, yes indeed!" He could not have used "of course" there. Why not? Yes indeed means: that's how it is, I know it's true. Of course means: But naturally, everyone can see that!

LaiPing, "blatant" is not a well-known word. It is less known than "indeed" or "of course" so it does not help much.

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