inner

Part of speech: adjective

Interior; internal; inward; recondite; hidden.

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Usage examples "inner":

  1. And I look at the Maid, and knew that she did be drest again, and did be in the garments that I did give to her, as you to mind; which did be that one, and the inner, that the Humpt Man tore from her, and which she had slipt, that she escape from the Man. - "The Night Land", William Hope Hodgson.
  2. Skordran Kirv laughed, opening another, inner door, and stood aside. - "Time Crime", H. Beam Piper.
  3. On seeing the little bluebird, he stretched out a kindly hand for her to rest upon, and carried her into the inner room. - "The Magic Soap Bubble", David Cory.