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inwardness

noun in·ward·ness

Definition of INWARDNESS

1
:  internal quality or substance
2
:  close acquaintance :  familiarity
3
:  fundamental nature :  essence
4
:  absorption in one's own mental or spiritual life

First Known Use of INWARDNESS

14th century

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