in depth vs in-depth vs indepth

You can study something in depth. (verb)

If you do, you will have an in-depth study of that subject. (adjective)

Indepth – is not a word.

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What if the only requirement to get into heaven is, in fact, good grammar? You should all be thanking me for trying to save your eternal souls from damnation!

2 responses to “in depth vs in-depth vs indepth”

  1. Shireenie says :

    Wouldn’t ‘in-depth’ be an adjective? It describes the type of study.

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