Synonyms of inside
interiorDictionary • Cut off the top and scoop out the inside with a teaspoon.
interior • The boat's interior badly needed painting.
core • He has the ability to get straight to the core of a problem.
nucleus • The Civic Movement could be the nucleus of a centrist party of the future.
stomachDictionary (informal) • My insides ached from eating too much.
guts • The crew were standing ankle-deep in fish guts.
bowels • Snatched sandwiches and junk food had cemented his bowels.
innards (informal) • What happens to the innards of a carcass hung up for butchery?
entrails • The ancient soothsayers used to read the entrails of dead animals.
1 innerDictionary • four-berth inside cabins with en suite bathrooms
inner • She got up and went into an inner office.
internal • Some of the internal walls are made of plasterboard.
interior • He turned on the interior light and examined the map.
inward • a glow of inward satisfaction
innermost • the innermost part of the eye
2 confidentialDictionary • The editor denies he had any inside knowledge.
confidential • She accused them of leaking confidential information.
private • He held a private meeting with the country's political party leaders.
secret • Soldiers have been training at a secret location.
internal • The personal, internal battle is beautifully portrayed.
exclusive • He is a member of Britain's most exclusive club.
restricted • a highly restricted document
privileged • This data is privileged information.
1 indoorsDictionary • They chatted briefly on the doorstep before going inside.
in • They shook hands and went in.
2 withinDictionary • Do you get a feeling inside when you write something you like?
privately • He was privately annoyed at the request.
secretly • I've often secretly wondered if I'd be happier without all this.
at heart • He was a very gentle boy at heart.
inwardly • She smiled inwardly.
in your inmost heart
3 in prison • He's been inside three times now.
behind bars (informal)
banged up (British, informal)
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• Snatched sandwiches and junk food had cemented his bowels.
confidentialInformation that is confidential is meant to be kept secret or private.
• She accused them of leaking confidential information.
Thesaurus for inside from the Collins English Thesaurus