[in-werd-lee] /ˈɪn wərd li/
in or on, or with reference to, the inside or inner part; internally.
Inwardly, he disliked his guest.
within the self; mentally or spiritually:
Look inwardly to discover the truth.
in low or soft tones; not aloud.
toward the inside, interior, or center.
within the private thoughts or feelings; secretly: inwardly troubled, he kept smiling
not aloud: to laugh inwardly
with reference to the inside or inner part; internally
(archaic) intimately; essentially: the most inwardly concerned of the plotters
Old English inweardlice; see inward + -ly (2).
[in-werd-nis] /ˈɪn wərd nɪs/ noun 1. the state of being or internal: the inwardness of the body’s organs. 2. depth of thought or feeling; concern with one’s own affairs and oneself; introspection. 3. preoccupation with what concerns human inner nature; spirituality. 4. the fundamental or intrinsic character of something; essence. 5. inner meaning or significance. […]
[in-werd] /ˈɪn wərd/ adverb, Also, inwards 1. toward the inside, interior, or center, as of a place, space, or body. 2. into or toward the mind or soul: He turned his thoughts inward. 3. Obsolete. adjective 4. proceeding or directed toward the inside or interior. 5. situated within or in or on the inside; inner; […]
[in-weev] /ɪnˈwiv/ verb (used with object), inwove or inweaved, inwoven or inwove or inweaved, inweaving. 1. to in or together. 2. to introduce into or as into a fabric in . 3. to combine or diversify with something in. /ɪnˈwiːv/ verb -weaves, -weaving, -wove, -weaved, -woven, -weaved 1. (transitive) to weave together into or as […]
[in-wahynd] /ɪnˈwaɪnd/ verb (used with object), inwound, inwinding. 1. .