insides[ preposition in-sahyd, in-sahyd; adverb in-sahyd; noun in-sahyd; adjective in-sahyd, in-, in-sahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF insides
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INSIDES
When I drench my insides with tea I sort of want it to take a hold.
A fellow who don't want to fish must have something wrong in his insides.
I made the insides first, and stuffed them with bran, before I put the silk on.
The way my insides feel––and you do something for me, will you?
There were six pages—the insides of the covers and a double leaf.
The sharp points of the thistles cannot hurt us, because all our insides are gold-lined.
She had no back, backbone, or insides, but only lungs and heart.
His insides writhed with helplessness and the imminence of a crash.
Alike quick and complete had been the transformation of the “insides.”
If you keep on gaping at her she will eat away all your insides.