innermost

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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INNERMOST

He has all leisure to give you, and enters into the innermost spirit of your buying.

The broad daylight could search the innermost corners of his every action.

Make what you can of it, dear Bertie, and believe that it all comes from my innermost heart.

In spite of my determination not to admit it even in my innermost thoughts, I knew.

Indeed my innermost feeling, now, is that "The Return" is a left-handed production.

This man had presented his innermost self unclothed by any subterfuge.

It was a distinct overture, a disclosure of the man's innermost mind.

Deeper and deeper it would burn, till it reached the innermost chamber of life.

Féodor, who knows all my innermost secrets, will remain dumb.

These are the three keys which will let us into the innermost chambers of friendship with God.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INNERMOST

intrapersonal

adjectivewithin one's self
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