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innermost (adj.)

mid-14c., from inner + -most. In the same sense innerest is from c. 1200. The older word is inmost. Innermore also existed in Middle English.

updated on November 30, 2015

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Definitions of innermost from WordNet

innermost (adj.)
being deepest within the self;
one's innermost feelings
Synonyms: inmost
innermost (adj.)
situated or occurring farthest within;
the innermost chamber
Synonyms: inmost
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