• (GA) IPA: /ˈɪnɚmoʊst/

innermost (not comparable)

  1. Farthest inside or towards the center or middle.
    She poured her innermost feelings into her journal.
Antonyms Noun

innermost (plural innermosts)

  1. That which is innermost; the core.
    • 1977, Michael Spence Lowdell Morris, The Spirit of Michael Webfoot (page 10)
      […] he had decided to not seek outside of himself where companionship and friendliness might be a soothing submergence. It seemed he had instead chosen to turn deeply inwards, towards the measures and pains of his wracked innermosts.

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