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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 ?
To experiment with my new-found toy I thought to surprise him into revealing this combination and so I asked him in a casual manner how he had managed to unlock the massive doors for me from the inner chambers of the building.
They were the only ones who possessed an inner knowledge.
He ordered me to be thrown into one of the great pits in the inner gardens.
Through several inner chambers he raced until he came to a spiral runway.
To receive that science it is necessary to purify and renew one's inner self, and so before one can know, it is necessary to believe and to perfect one's self.
He bowed the stranger to a seat, and hastened to an inner room with the armlet in his hand.
I have a liking for such days as these; they revive one's converse with oneself and make it possible to live the inner life: they are quiet and peaceful, like a song in a minor key.
I ridiculed the assumption that there was an inner world and that these wires led downward through the earth's crust to the surface of Pellucidar.
On the two went, chance leading them toward the broad avenue which lay between the stately piles of the half-ruined edifices and the inner wall of the city.
Slowly the mass separated into two rings, the outer of which was composed of shes and the very young, the inner of mature bulls.
Professor Maxon and von Horn walked over to the workshop and the inner campong to ascertain what damage had been done there.
At the turn in the cleft the stairs ended, and the path was level; but it wound and twisted in a serpentine fashion, until suddenly at a sharp angle it debouched upon a narrow court, across which loomed an inner wall equally as high as the outer.
Then he unlocked one of the safes and drew out from an inner drawer a parchment book bound in brown vellum.
This event appeared extraordinary and inexplicable to those who did not know his inner motives, but for Prince Stepan Kasatsky himself it all occurred so naturally that he could not imagine how he could have acted otherwise.
She had just taken the directed envelope from Moody, and had just placed the letter inside it, when a scream from the inner room, in which Isabel was nursing the sick dog, startled everybody.