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  4  definitions  found 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Inside  \In"side`\,  n. 
  1.  The  part  within;  interior  or  internal  portion;  content. 
 
  Looked  he  o'  the  inside  of  the  paper?  --Shak. 
 
  2.  pl  The  inward  parts  entrails;  bowels;  hence  that  which 
  is  within;  private  thoughts  and  feelings. 
 
  Here's  none  but  friends;  we  may  speak  Our  insides 
  freely.  --Massinger. 
 
  3.  An  inside  passenger  of  a  coach  or  carriage,  as 
  distinguished  from  one  upon  the  outside.  [Colloq.  Eng.] 
 
  So  down  thy  hill,  romantic  Ashbourne  glides  The 
  Derby  dilly,  carrying  three  insides.  --Anti-Jacobin. 
 
  {Patent  insides}  or  {outside},  a  name  give  to  newspaper 
  sheets  printed  on  one  side  with  general  and  miscellaneous 
  matter,  and  furnished  wholesale  to  offices  of  small 
  newspapers,  where  the  blank  pages  are  filled  up  with 
  recent  and  local  news 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Inside  \In"side`\,  prep.  or  adv 
  Within  the  sides  of  in  the  interior;  contained  within;  as 
  inside  a  house,  book,  bottle,  etc 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Inside  \In"side`\,  a. 
  1.  Being  within;  included  or  inclosed  in  anything  contained; 
  interior;  internal;  as  the  inside  passengers  of  a 
  stagecoach;  inside  decoration. 
 
  Kissing  with  inside  lip.  --Shak. 
 
  2.  Adapted  to  the  interior. 
 
  {Inside  callipers}  (Mech.),  callipers  for  measuring  the 
  diameters  of  holes,  etc 
 
  {Inside  finish}  (Arch.),  a  general  term  for  the  final  work  in 
  any  building  necessary  for  its  completion,  but  other  than 
  unusual  decoration;  thus  in  joiner  work  the  doors  and 
  windows,  inside  shutters,  door  and  window  trimmings, 
  paneled  jams,  baseboards,  and  sometimes  flooring  and 
  stairs;  in  plaster  work  the  finishing  coat,  the  cornices, 
  centerpieces,  etc.,;  in  painting,  all  simple  painting  of 
  woodwork  and  plastering. 
 
  {Inside  track},  the  inner  part  of  a  race  course;  hence 
  colloquially,  advantage  of  place  facilities,  etc.,  in 
  competition. 
 
  From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]: 
 
  inside 
  adj  1:  relating  to  or  being  within  or  near  the  inner  side  or  limit; 
  "he  reached  into  his  inside  jacket  pocket";  "inside 
  out";  "an  inside  pitch  is  between  home  plate  and  the 
  batter"  [ant:  {outside}] 
  2:  being  or  applying  to  the  inside  of  a  building;  "an  inside 
  wall"  [syn:  {inside(a)}] 
  3:  located,  suited  for  or  taking  place  within  a  building; 
  "indoor  activities  for  a  rainy  day";  "an  indoor  pool" 
  [syn:  {indoor(a)}]  [ant:  {outdoor(a)}] 
  4:  confined  to  an  exclusive  or  group  "privy  to  inner 
  knowledge";  "inside  information";  privileged  information" 
  [syn:  {inner},  {privileged}] 
  5:  away  from  the  outer  edge;  "an  inner  lane";  "the  inside  lane" 
  6:  within  some  bounds;  especially  of  an  organization;  "an 
  inside  job" 
  n  1:  the  region  that  is  inside  of  something  [syn:  {interior}] 
  [ant:  {outside}] 
  2:  the  inner  or  enclosed  surface  of  something  [syn:  {interior}] 
  [ant:  {outside}] 
  adv  1:  within  a  building;  "in  winter  we  play  inside"  [syn:  {indoors}] 
  [ant:  {outside},  {outside}] 
  2:  on  the  inside;  "inside,  the  car  is  a  mess"  [syn:  {within}] 
  [ant:  {outside}] 
  3:  with  respect  to  private  feelings;  "inwardly,  she  was  raging" 
  [syn:  {inwardly}]  [ant:  {outwardly}] 
  4:  in  reality;  "she  is  very  kind  at  heart"  [syn:  {at  heart},  {at 
  bottom},  {deep  down},  {in  spite  of  appearance}] 




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