inmost

[ in-mohst or, esp. British, -muh st ]SEE DEFINITION OF inmost

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But she felt in her inmost heart that it did prove a good deal.

I could only thank God, in my inmost heart, for all his mercies.

Brooding, sad and deep, seemed to me to hold his inmost mind.

Miss Bartram's inmost life, as a woman, was no longer the same.

I have the fragrance of incense in the inmost parts of my being.

"Better than the trenches," said Holmes, penetrating to my inmost thought.

Something shook her life in its inmost recesses, and she shivered.

She knew he was watching her face as if looking into the inmost recesses of her soul.

Chill was the inmost chamber of his soul; no fire was kindled there.

The assurance that 'God is Love' responds to the inmost wish of the soul.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INMOST

deepest

adjectivemost deep
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