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inside (plural insides)
- The interior or inner part.
- Looked he o' the inside of the paper?
- The inside of the building has been extensively restored.
- The side of a curved road, racetrack etc. that has the shorter arc length; the side of a racetrack nearer the interior of the course or some other point of reference.
- The car in front drifted wide on the bend, so I darted up the inside to take the lead.
- (colloquial) (in the plural) The interior organs of the body, especially the guts.
- Eating that stuff will damage your insides.
- (dated, UK, colloquial) A passenger within a coach or carriage, as distinguished from one upon the outside.
- The Anti-Jacobin
- So down thy hill, romantic Ashbourne, glides / The Derby dilly, carrying three insides.
- Charles Dickens, The Pickwick Papers
- So, what between Mr. Dowler's stories, and Mrs. Dowler's charms, and Mr. Pickwick's good humour, and Mr. Winkle's good listening, the insides contrived to be very companionable all the way.
- The Anti-Jacobin
interior or inner part
- Within the interior of something, closest to the center or to a specific point of reference.
- He placed the letter inside the envelope.
within the interior of something, closest to the center or to a specific point of reference
- Within or towards the interior of something, especially a building.
- It started raining, so I went inside.
- (colloquial) In prison.
- He's inside, doing a stretch for burglary.
toward the interior
- Originating from or arranged by someone inside an organisation.
- The reporter had received inside information about the forthcoming takeover.
- The robbery was planned by the security guard: it was an inside job.
- (baseball) A pitch that is toward the batter as it crosses home plate.
- The first pitch is ... just a bit inside.
- Nearer to the interior of a running track, horse racing course etc.
- Because of the tighter bend, it's harder to run in an inside lane.
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- second-person singular present active imperative of īnsideō