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1. In the inner parts; internally. Let Benedick, like covered fire, Consume away in sighs, waste inwardly. (Shak)

2. Toward the center; inward; as, to curve inwardly.

3. In the heart or mind; mentally; privately; secrety; as, he inwardly repines.

4. Intimately; thoroughly. I shall desire to know him more inwardly. (Beau. & Fl)

Origin: as. Inweardlice.