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inmost

adjective in·most \ˈin-ˌmōst\

Definition of INMOST

:  deepest within :  farthest from the outside

Examples of INMOST

  1. She revealed her inmost thoughts and feelings.

Origin of INMOST

Middle English, from Old English innemest, superl. of inne, adverb, in, within, from in, adverb
First Known Use: before 12th century
INMOST Defined for Kids

inmost

adjective in·most \ˈin-ˌmōst\

Definition of INMOST for Kids

:  innermost

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