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- adv. With the inside surface turned to be on the outside.
- adv. Of knowledge: Thoroughly, extremely well.
- adv. Describes the hitting of a ball that pitched outside of leg stump to the off side of the field.
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- adv. with the inside facing outward
- adv. thoroughly; from every perspective
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Also in favour of the origami analogy, folding, invagination and turning inside out are some of the favourite tricks used by embryonic tissues when making a body.
The blood ferritin stored iron test is important for older men and post-menopausal women because high ferritin will literally ‘rust’ you from the inside out and is a prooxidant—the opposite of what you want happening in your body.
I've turned it inside out and hind part foremost, and here's what I make of it: this Marco must have been somewhere off the coast south of Aden when he saw Gama's sails.
The sheets of tissue that fold, invaginate and turn inside out in a developing embryo do indeed grow, and it is that very growth that provides part of the motive force which, in origami, is supplied by the human hand.
The truth about beauty: transform your looks and your life from the inside out /Kat James.—2nd ed., fully updated and expanded.
He turned me inside out about Lahore, and wanted me in at the high pow-wows, but Hardinge said I was far too junior, and "over-zealous".
She turned both pockets inside out to demonstrate their mittenless-ness to me.