interior[ in-teer-ee-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF interior
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERIOR
Some came from the interior of Africa and had woolly hair and thick lips.
Hawarden is called a Castle, but it has not, either in its exterior or interior, the aspect of a Castle.
The apparatus and its weights are arranged in the interior of the vessel.
It was brown as to crust, and flaky and light as to interior.
Everything was on a colossal scale, and trim as a Dutch interior.
The manufactories, one and all, are inaccessible as the interior of a Carmelite convent.
Also, grave-chamber (the interior of the grave-hill), cave: acc.
I'd suggest, at a hazard guess, some place in the interior of Pennsylvania.
From the interior of the house a broad beam of light fell upon the guests.
From the interior, voices called out into the night: "Lorenzi."