inward[ in-werd ]SEE DEFINITION OF inward
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INWARD
I do not presume to decide whether all that is believed has the inward significancy.
Already the inward monitor was whispering to her, "Arise, flee for your life!"
To make turbid the inward parts of Timat; they followed in his train.
"I am not breaking my word," he replied to the Inward Monitor.
She appealed to the Inward Monitor, but it refused to be propitiated.
"But suppose something happens to her—all alone there," said the Inward Monitor.
The Inward Monitor might have had pity, remembering that—but no.
Yet it inspired him with an inward fortitude, that rose with his love.
They both looked up, both coloured, as if with inward consternation.
An unsociable meal it was—almost as unpleasant as were their inward thoughts.