Examples of inwardly in a Sentence
She was outwardly calm but inwardly nervous.
Recent Examples of inwardly from the Web
But like Bourne, Mason is burdened by history — his own and that of the United States — which means that his mission is at once inwardly and outwardly directed.
In spite of its treatise-like title, the novel can feel so inwardly directed that Heti appears to be writing only for herself.
For the curved screen, Apple is looking into having the display curve inwardly from top to bottom rather than curving the screen at the edges.
Perhaps, just perhaps this teaches that to be kosher one's behavior must not only be correct, but inwardly pure.
Graham-Felsen lets boys be boys: messy-brained, impulsive, goatish, self-centered, outwardly gutsy but often inwardly terrified.
Season One’s non-linear timeline took June from a spirited contemporary woman in America to an outwardly meek (but inwardly steely) prisoner in Gilead.
Instead of focusing on the bitterness of last year’s defeat and getting caught up in those emotions with a war of words against the Gators, the Tigers are inwardly focused on their own issues.
Like Google and Facebook, newspaper companies often justified themselves both outwardly and inwardly by appeal to a noble social mission.
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INWARDLY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inwardly for English Language Learners
: in a way that is not openly shown or stated : on the inside
INWARDLY Defined for Kids
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