interiorly it was richly ornamented and splendidly furnished.
interiorly there is a strange commingling of wool and horsehairs.
interiorly, it reminds one rather of a converted dwelling than a laboratory proper.
At this particular moment I was in no trim exteriorly or interiorly for courtly introductions.
But this orderly process may be disturbed exteriorly or interiorly.
Above, its posterior border is covered by the semi-tendinosus; interiorly, the same border is in relation with the biceps femoris.
Doubtless Mrs. Arbuthnot continued her remembrances “interiorly” as she went down the passage and descended the stairs.
interiorly, he enjoyed unspeakable peace, a favor he always attributed to the Blessed Virgin.
interiorly, the building of the natural history museum is admirably adapted for its purpose.
Thus, when we see a man run away, we judge him to be interiorly actuated by the passion of fear.
late 15c., from Middle French intérieur and directly from Latin interior "inner, interior, middle," comparative adjective of inter "within" (see inter-). Meaning "of the interior parts of a country" is from 1777; meaning "internal affairs of a country or state" (as in U.S. Department of the Interior) is from 1838. Interior decoration first attested 1807. Interior design from 1927.
"part of a country distant from the coast," 1796, from interior (adj.); meaning "inside of a building or room" is from 1829.