: deepest within : farthest from the outside
She revealed her inmost thoughts and feelings.
Recent Examples on the Web Wallace slowly unravels the fascinating — and ultimately tragic — story of a man who, though very close to Wallace, somehow kept his inmost self hidden in plain sight. —Joan Frank, Washington Post, 13 Apr. 2023 In the whole inmost ward of my self, the beds are occupied by slow-moving remembrances like time-lapse flower novels. —Reginald Gibbons, New York Times, 24 June 2021 By Peshat, Remez, Drash, and finally by Sód—with that secret and inmost heart that looks at what the world can bear and be. —Talia Lavin, The New Republic, 13 Feb. 2020
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