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  • adv. Within, inside.
  • prep. Within, inside.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In the inner parts; inside.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In the inner part; on the inside.


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From within + side; compare inside.


  • At this moment a noise was heard from withinside of the house, and presently rushed forth Peter Peebles, pursued by Nanty Ewart with his drawn hanger, and the worthy Quaker, who was endeavouring to prevent mischief to others, at some risk of bringing it on himself.


  • All the windows had blown in, and some of the metal had been bent withinside the carriage.

    CNN Transcript Jul 7, 2005

  • Platitude tried to fling himself down; and then there were various evolutions withinside the pale, and the scarlet figures got up and sat down; and this kind of thing continued for some time.


  • Great operation, but they must maintain their focus, and their focus is still on a very lethal enemy that's still withinside Iraq.

    CNN Transcript Dec 14, 2003

  • But the individuals who are actually carrying out the attacks I think, for the most part, are coming from withinside Iraq.

    CNN Transcript Nov 23, 2003

  • A Pakistani delegation went into Afghanistan to meet with Taliban leaders to demand that the Taliban turn over Osama bin Laden, also demand that the Taliban release some Western aid workers being held on charges they were promoting Christianity withinside (sic) Afghanistan.

    CNN Transcript Sep 28, 2001

  • That the Temple was of a _religious_, and not of a warlike nature, is proved by its ditch being withinside the agger of earth, contrary to the mode adopted in works of defence.

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 12, No. 341, November 15, 1828

  • The two gable ends of the roof have holes cut in them, _i, k_, to admit the circulation of air; and secured with perforated zinc withinside to prevent the intrusion of wasps, or any other enemies to bees; the gable marked _i_, shows the perforated zinc framed into the gable, and _k_ the outside appearance of the ventilator.

    A Description of the Bar-and-Frame-Hive With an Abstract of Wildman's Complete Guide for the Management of Bees Throughout the Year

  • A large extent of water presently became visible withinside, and although the entrance seemed to be very narrow, and there were in it strong ripplings like breakers, I was induced to steer in at half-past one; the ship being close upon a wind and every man ready for tacking at a moment's warning.

    The Life of Captain Matthew Flinders

  • _ The lower story of the said frame withinside ... [to be] paled in below with good, strong, and sufficient new oaken boards ....

    Shakespearean Playhouses A History of English Theatres from the Beginnings to the Restoration


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