inner[ in-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF inner
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INNER
Thence they entered the inner Ceramicus, where Aspasia resided.
What my inner self may be I am not prepared to say, but I know that it is there, as everyone else knows that it is in him.
Also of the inner court he writes of '4 Toures, wherof the Kepe is one.'
She never had been able to see the inner workings of Eileen's heart.
He was led into an inner room where he saw a man seated at a large desk.
It was the liberation of his inner life, the letting out of his soul into the wide world.
Some inner voice was at her heart, warning her to leave the day unspoiled.
The nurse, Leonarda, was watching by the cradle of our child in the inner room.
Sails spread on the ground did duty for carpets, and also served for inner doors.
A lamp flickered toward her from the inner doorway and was blown out.