other words for inwardly
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Grave and frigid, but inwardly warmhearted and passionate, O'Brien had little aptitude for rebellion.
If he could only have been surer that he was inwardly sincere he would not have been uneasy over his inactivity.
Inwardly rejoicing, he consented; and the long summer afternoon vanished as the morning had done—unnoticed.
Though outwardly the Secretary General's mansion was hyper-gingerbread steamboat Gothic, inwardly it was entirely modern in plan.
But cool and collected as Webster outwardly appeared, it must be admitted that he was inwardly ill at ease.
Hortense felt rather ashamed when she confessed this; she also inwardly regretted such an oversight.
Inwardly he cursed the evil ramph corridor but outwardly he was calm and even-tempered.
Inwardly she was grateful for the captain's chicken-heartedness.
Inwardly he tingled and glowed, but his face showed nothing but boredom and disgust.
He inwardly chafed and outwardly expressed himself in large, round and unusual words.
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