Indirect Definition

ĭndĭ-rĕkt, -dī-
Not direct.
Webster's New World
Diverging from a direct course; roundabout.
American Heritage
Not proceeding straight to the point or object.
American Heritage
Not forthright and candid; devious.
American Heritage
Not directly planned for; secondary.
Indirect benefits.
American Heritage

Origin of Indirect

  • From Middle French indirect, from Late Latin indirectus

    From Wiktionary

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