, n. 1. Internal or true state; essential nature; as, the inwardness of conduct.
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Sense can not arrive to the inwardness
Of things.
Dr. H. More.
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2. Intimacy; familiarity. [Obs.] Shak.
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3. Heartiness; earnestness.
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What was wanted was more inwardness, more feeling.
M. Arnold.
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