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Meaning & Definition of Inner in English

English

Inner

/ɪnər/

adjective

1. Located inward

  • "Beethoven's manuscript looks like a bloody record of a tremendous inner battle"- leonard bernstein
  • "She thinks she has no soul, no interior life, but the truth is that she has no access to it"- david denby
  • "An internal sense of rightousness"- a.r.gurney,jr.
    synonym:
  • inner
  • ,
  • interior
  • ,
  • internal

2. Located or occurring within or closer to a center

  • "An inner room"
    synonym:
  • inner(a)

3. Innermost or essential

  • "The inner logic of cubism"
  • "The internal contradictions of the theory"
  • "The intimate structure of matter"
    synonym:
  • inner
  • ,
  • internal
  • ,
  • intimate

4. Confined to an exclusive group

  • "Privy to inner knowledge"
  • "Inside information"
  • "Privileged information"
    synonym:
  • inside
  • ,
  • inner
  • ,
  • privileged

5. Exclusive to a center

  • Especially a center of influence
  • "Inner regions of the organization"
  • "Inner circles of government"
    synonym:
  • inner

6. Inside or closer to the inside of the body

  • "The inner ear"
    synonym:
  • inner