English adjective: inner
|1.||inner located inward|
|Samples||Beethoven's manuscript looks like a bloody record of a tremendous inner battle.|
She thinks she has no soul, no interior life, but the truth is that she has no access to it.
An internal sense of rightousness.
|2.||inner located or occurring within or closer to a center|
|Samples||An inner room.|
|Similar||inmost, innermost, inside|
|Attribute||position, spatial relation|
|3.||inner innermost or essential|
|Samples||The inner logic of Cubism.|
The internal contradictions of the theory.
The intimate structure of matter.
|4.||inner confined to an exclusive group|
|Samples||Privy to inner knowledge.|
|5.||inner exclusive to a center; especially a center of influence|
|Samples||Inner regions of the organization.|
Inner circles of government.
|6.||inner inside or closer to the inside of the body|
|Samples||The inner ear.|
|Domain category||anatomy, general anatomy|