adverb Also in·wards.
- on the inside or interior.
- in the mind or soul; mentally or spiritually.
Origin of inward
Related Words for inwardinbound, incoming, penetrating, through, confidential, hidden, inmost, inner, innermost, inside, intellectual, interior, internal, intimate, personal, privy, psychological, religious, secret, spiritual
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Contemporary Examples of inward
Back in New York, the slow pace and inward focus of her yoga practice was less fulfilling.How Taryn Toomey’s ‘The Class’ Became New York’s Latest Fitness Craze
January 9, 2015
Nonetheless, that “inward sweetness” awakened the future preacher to a rather uncommon youthful aptitude for holiness.The Hellish Sermons of Jonathan Edwards, Malign Evangelist
Matthew Paul Turner
August 24, 2014
His family had to flee, and he goes on a geographic as well as an inward journey as the young Qais matures fast.A Carpet Weaver’s Essential Afghan Memoir: Qais Akbar Omar’s ‘A Fort of Nine Towers’
John Kael Weston
June 6, 2013
In part, this inward gaze stems from the particularities of attack.Boston Is Not 9/11 Redux for America’s Muslims
April 22, 2013
This inward shift should come as no surprise: Israelis are more than fatigued with campaigns focused on war and peace.Israeli Voters’ Return to Normalcy
January 24, 2013
Historical Examples of inward
I do not presume to decide whether all that is believed has the inward significancy.Philothea
Lydia Maria Child
Already the inward monitor was whispering to her, "Arise, flee for your life!"Harriet, The Moses of Her People
Sarah H. Bradford
To make turbid the inward parts of Timat; they followed in his train.The Babylonian Legends of the Creation
She appealed to the Inward Monitor, but it refused to be propitiated.
"I am not breaking my word," he replied to the Inward Monitor.