Come, Clara; I want to explore the penetralia of this temple of Isis.'
Mr. Jonson then took me into the penetralia of his bed-room.
That transcendental power was an ordinance of empire, which ought to be kept back within the penetralia of the constitution.
Into what penetralia of reminiscence this auto-dialogue carried him!
The same "sesame" opened to him the coulisse of the Opera and the penetralia of the Franais.
Yet at such an hour it will now be necessary to enter its penetralia.
Mentis penetralia—The inmost recesses of the mind; the secrets of the heart.
That ended it, and he was no nearer the penetralia of car Naught-fifty than before.
Truth to say, there were penetralia in New York society concerning which this successful woman was uneasy in her heart.
He wished to be what he called "safe" with all those whom he had admitted to the penetralia of his house and heart.