Origin of inwardly
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I did a little Kantian reckoning and inwardly came down on Hartman's side.In A Very Deep Way: Remembering Rabbi David Hartman|Bernard Avishai|February 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I spent most of the day inwardly bracing myself for the piercing shriek of a siren to break the silence of the city.
I remember looking at Anat and thanking her inwardly for being brave enough to do what so many women in Israel would not.
And it's a fair bet that Romney inwardly agrees with his economists more than his base.
Grave and frigid, but inwardly warmhearted and passionate, O'Brien had little aptitude for rebellion.The Glories of Ireland|Edited by Joseph Dunn and P.J. Lennox
If he could only have been surer that he was inwardly sincere he would not have been uneasy over his inactivity.The Wild Olive|Basil King
Inwardly rejoicing, he consented; and the long summer afternoon vanished as the morning had done—unnoticed.Sharing Her Crime|May Agnes Fleming
Though outwardly the Secretary General's mansion was hyper-gingerbread steamboat Gothic, inwardly it was entirely modern in plan.The Ambassador|Samuel Kimball Merwin
But cool and collected as Webster outwardly appeared, it must be admitted that he was inwardly ill at ease.The Spy of the Rebellion|Allan Pinkerton