Throughout, these weighty matters are examined candidly and wistfully, with the wisdom that only age and inwardness can bring.
I know that I wanted to be in love, and that my own past, and my own inwardness, made this impossible.
It ought to have gone out of its way to search out the inwardness of the events.
But do you know anything about the inwardness of this business on Hue and Cry Island?
From this point of view it seems impossible that inwardness should ever become independent.
All present realised something of the inwardness of that to which they had just been listening.
Its quality of being a brute fact ab extra says nothing whatever as to its inwardness.
The direction in which German philosophy is profound is the direction of inwardness.
The crystalline substance of her eyes glinted transiently with some inwardness—surprise, a vanishing gladness, it might have been.
I haven't the time to tell you of the inwardness of the deal.