adv.1.In the inner parts; inside.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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English and American medical periodicals, of the same scientific type, almost invariably state the annual subscription rate on the front or back or withinside the cover.
Blake could "see a World in a Grain of Sand" (AI, E 490:1), and the shining translucent "gates" of his Fly "are not clos'd" (or limited to the Newtonian/Lockian Five Senses), for this Human Fly "Withinside" its pulsating nervous tissue is "wondrous & expansive" (my emphases).