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Synonyms for inner

Synonyms for inner

located inside or farther in

of, relating to, or arising from one's mental or spiritual being

being closer to a center of power and influence

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located inward

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located or occurring within or closer to a center

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innermost or essential

confined to an exclusive group

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exclusive to a center

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inside or closer to the inside of the body

References in classic literature ?
Already I was puzzled to compute the period of time which had elapsed since we broke through the crust of the inner world.
Beneath this they wore only a loin cloth of the same material, while their feet were shod with thick hide of some mammoth creature of this inner world.
That march may have occupied nine years and eleven months of the ten years that I spent in the inner world, or it may have been accomplished in the fraction of a second--I cannot tell.
A sound of trampling ensued, then the closing of the inner door; and finally the outer one closed with a concussion which shook the entire building.
At length, the pile yielded a little, a corner of a blanket fell, and a faint ray of light gleamed into the inner part of the cave.
As the inner passages to the two caves were so close to each other, Duncan, believing that escape was no longer possible, passed David and the sisters, to place himself between the latter and the first onset of the terrible meeting.
There are several ways we can enter and experience our own inner sanctuary.
The event which spans this week has been organised by the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC) with an aim for Inner City 100 companies to share ideas and forge links with their American counterparts.
The agency will provide advice on promoting the Inner City 100 index, which is led by the New Economics Foundation.
If the inner lip is movable, there may be a problem with its height, which is masked by the combined venturi at the main lip.
Her inner healing had visible physical repercussions.
Klein, though, has a definitely nasty agenda; he wants to blame poor people in the inner city for social inequality.
Then, the inner glass wall can be taken back and the winter garden amalgamated with the living area again; meanwhile, the massive structure of the interior absorbs heat from the low sun through the glass and re-emits the warmth at night.
Despite what you might have heard, all is not lost in America's inner cities.
Thus, according to Overskeid, we should admit that inner changes in an organism may determine the organism's behavior and that, in certain cases, concentrating on such changes rather than on environmental factors increases the predictive and controlling power of our scientific framework and contributes to theoretical consistency.