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in·most

 (ĭn′mōst′)
adj.
Farthest within; innermost.

inmost

(ˈɪnˌməʊst)
adj
another word for innermost

in•most

(ˈɪnˌmoʊst)

adj.
1. situated farthest within: the inmost recesses of the forest.
2. most intimate: one's inmost thoughts.
[before 900; Middle English, earlier inmest, Old English innemest=inne- within (akin to in) + -mest -most]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.inmost - being deepest within the self; "one's innermost feelings"
inward - relating to or existing in the mind or thoughts; "a concern with inward reflections"
2.inmost - situated or occurring farthest within; "the innermost chamber"
inner - located or occurring within or closer to a center; "an inner room"

inmost

adjective deepest, innermost, private, secret, central, personal, deep, basic, essential, buried, intimate He knew in his inmost heart that he was behaving badly.
Translations
najskrytejší

inmost

[ˈɪnməʊst] ADJ [place, chamber] → más recóndito; [thoughts, feelings] → más íntimo, más secreto

inmost

[ˈɪnˌməʊst] adjpiù profondo/a, più intimo/a
one's inmost being → il proprio intimo
in one's inmost heart → nel profondo del proprio cuore, nel proprio intimo

in

(in) preposition
1. describing the position of a thing etc which is surrounded by something else. My mother is in the house; in London; in bed.
2. showing the direction of movement. He put his hand in his pocket.
3. describing the time at, after or within which something happens. in the morning; I'll be back in a week.
4. indicating amount or relative number. They arrived in large numbers.
5. expressing circumstances, state, manner etc of an event, person etc. dressed in a brown coat; walking in the rain; in a hurry; written in English; He is in the army; books tied up in bundles; She is in her sixties.
adverb, adjective
1. expressing the position of a person etc, usually at or to a place where the person etc is expected to be, eg home, office, station. Is Mr Smith in?; Is the train in yet?; Is he coming in today?
2. describing something which is fashionable or popular. Short skirts are in at the moment.
3. (of the tide) with the water at, or moving to, its highest level. The tide is (coming) in.
-in
describing an activity usually carried out by groups of people as a form of protest etc. a sit-in; a work-in.
inmostinnermostunder innerday etc in, day etc out
day etc after day etc without a break. I do the same boring job day in, day out; Last summer it rained week in, week out.
inasmuch as, in as much as
because; in consideration of the fact that. It would not be true to say he had retired from this firm, inasmuch as he still does a certain amount of work for us.
in for
likely to experience (especially something bad). We're in for some bad weather; You're in for it if you broke that window!
ins and outs
the complex details of a plan etc. He knows all the ins and outs of this scheme.
insofar as, in so far as
to the degree or extent that. I gave him the details insofar as I knew them.
in that
because; from the fact that. This is not a good plant for your garden in that its seeds are poisonous.
References in classic literature ?
The outward court is a square of forty feet, and includes two other courts: in the inmost are the royal apartments, which I was very desirous to see, but found it extremely difficult; for the great gates, from one square into another, were but eighteen inches high, and seven inches wide.
Dimmesdale, not merely the external presence, but the very inmost soul of the latter, seemed to be brought out before his eyes, so that he could see and comprehend its every movement.
there yet is man -- Man, the divinest of all things, whose heart Hath known the shipwreck of a thousand hopes, Who bears a hundred wrinkled tragedies Upon the parchment of his brow, whose soul Strange cares have lined and interlined, until Beneath the burden of life his inmost self Bows down.
As he did not, however, outwardly express any such disgust, it would be an ill office in us to pay a visit to the inmost recesses of his mind, as some scandalous people search into the most secret affairs of their friends, and often pry into their closets and cupboards, only to discover their poverty and meanness to the world.
She would not admit, even in her inmost reflections, that this was caused by Gilbert's absence.
They pardon thee in their inmost hearts only--for thine errors.
I looked along them, and I saw down into his inmost heart.
Thou touchest my inmost centre, boy; thou art tied to me by cords woven of my heart-strings.
We mounted higher, and lo, the secrets of the earth, the depths of mines and inmost caverns of the hills, were bared before me.
A great curiosity came on the trustee, to disregard the prohibition and dive at once to the bottom of these mysteries; but professional honour and faith to his dead friend were stringent obligations; and the packet slept in the inmost corner of his private safe.
Even within himself, though Grandfather was now at that period of life when the veil of mortality is apt to hang heavily over the soul, still, in his inmost being he was conscious of something that he would not have exchanged for the best happiness of childhood.
It seemed an endless time to Rosamond, in whose inmost soul there was hardly so much annoyance as gratification from what had just happened.