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innermost

adjective in·ner·most \ ˈi-nər-ˌmōst \
Updated on: 8 Dec 2017

Definition of innermost

: farthest inward : inmost

Examples of innermost in a Sentence

  1. She revealed her innermost feelings.

  2. the innermost part of the cave

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First Known Use of innermost

14th century


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innermost

noun

Definition of innermost

: the inmost part

Recent Examples of innermost from the Web

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First Known Use of innermost

14th century


INNERMOST Defined for English Language Learners

innermost

adjective

Definition of innermost for English Language Learners

  • : most private and personal

  • : closest to the center or inside of something


INNERMOST Defined for Kids

innermost

adjective in·ner·most \ ˈi-nər-ˌmōst \

Definition of innermost for Students

: farthest inward
  • the innermost rooms


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