Etymology
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inside-out (adj.)

"with the in side being out," c. 1600, from inside (n.) + out (prep.). Reverse in form but identical in sense outside-in is attested by 1771.

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Definitions of inside-out

inside-out (adj.)
with the inside surface on the outside;
Synonyms: wrong-side-out
From wordnet.princeton.edu