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located inside or farther in

known about by very few

being closer to a center of power and influence

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characterized by a close and thorough acquaintance

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the region that is inside of something

the inner or enclosed surface of something

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relating to or being on the side closer to the center or within a defined space

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being or applying to the inside of a building

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confined to an exclusive group

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away from the outer edge

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within a building

on the inside

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with respect to private feelings

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References in classic literature ?
But something had been stood against the wall on the inside and he could see nothing.
They left their sports as he told them, and when they were within the house, they laid their cloaks on the benches and seats inside, and then sacrificed some sheep, goats, pigs, and a heifer, all of them fat and well grown.
Will you go inside first and join the suitors, leaving me here behind you, or will you wait here and let me go in first?
Second," he continued, moving towards the window, "this is the only exit, and it is locked on the inside.
At this awful sight, the last one of us sought refuge inside our caves.
There was no brake to stop him, unless the soft end of his nose be considered the brake, for it was his nose that brought his body to rest inside the crate.
Then came the long sniff, as White Fang reassured himself that his god was still inside and had not yet taken himself off in mysterious and solitary flight.
When the Man had vanished inside, Saint Peter took his memorandum- tablet and made the following entry:
And when she had put it into the hole of the rock, and turned it, a sudden sharp snap was heard; then, with a solemn creak that made the shivers run down the child's back, the face of the rock fell outward, like a door on hinges, and revealed a small dark chamber just inside.
These scuttles then were protected against the shock of departure by plates let into solid grooves, which could easily be opened outward by unscrewing them from the inside.
He was in the middle of Switzerland, but packed up with eight other passengers in the inside of an eternally-creaking diligence; his head ached till it almost split, his weary neck could hardly bear the heavy load, and his feet, pinched by his torturing boots, were terribly swollen.
Flambeau would then proceed to tell the story from the inside; and even from the inside it was odd.
it was locked, fast locked, on the inside, by the care of Mademoiselle, as I have told you, with key and bolt.
I throw my coat on the box, and hoist my wife and her maid into the inside.
There were just two places to be had inside, and just three to be had out; so Sam Weller booked for them all, and having exchanged a few compliments with the booking-office clerk on the subject of a pewter half-crown which was tendered him as a portion of his 'change,' walked back to the George and Vulture, where he was pretty busily employed until bed-time in reducing clothes and linen into the smallest possible compass, and exerting his mechanical genius in constructing a variety of ingenious devices for keeping the lids on boxes which had neither locks nor hinges.