1. Internal or true state; essential nature; as, the inwardness of conduct.
Sense can not arrive to the inwardnessDr. H. More.
2. Intimacy; familiarity. [Obs.] Shak.
3. Heartiness; earnestness.
What was wanted was more inwardness, more feeling.M. Arnold.
(In"wards) adv. See Inward.
(In*weave") v. t. To weave in or together; to intermix or intertwine by weaving; to interlace.
Down they castMilton.
Their crowns, inwove with amaranth and gold.
(In*wheel") v. t. To encircle. [R.] Beau. & Fl.
(In"wit) n. Inward sense; mind; understanding; conscience. [Obs.] Wyclif.
(In*with") prep. Within. [Obs.]
This purse hath she inwith her bosom hid.Chaucer.
(In*work") v. t. & i. [Pref. in- + work. Cf. Inwrought.] To work in or within.
(In"worn`) p. a. Worn, wrought, or stamped in. [R.] Milton.
(In*wrap") v. t. [Written also enwrap.]
1. To cover by wrapping; to involve; to infold; as, to inwrap in a cloak, in smoke, etc.
2. To involve, as in difficulty or perplexity; to perplex. [R.] Bp. Hall.
(In*wreathe") v. t. To surround or encompass as with a wreath. [Written also enwreathe.]
Resplendent locks, inwreathed with beams.Milton.
(In*wrought") p. p. or a. [Pref. in- + wrought. Cf. Inwork.] Wrought or worked in or
among other things; worked into any fabric so as to from a part of its texture; wrought or adorned, as with
His mantle hairy, and his bonnet sedge,Milton.
Inwrought with figures dim.
(I"o) n.; pl. Ios [L.; cf. Gr. "iw`.] An exclamation of joy or triumph; often interjectional.
(I"od-) (Chem.) See Iodo- .
(I"o*dal) n. [Iod- + alcohol.] (Chem.) An oily liquid, CI3.CHO, analogous to chloral and bromal.
(I"o*date) n. (Chem.) A salt of iodic acid.
(I`od*hy"drin) n. [Iod- + chlorhydrin.] (Chem.) One of a series of compounds containing
iodine, and analogous to the chlorhydrins.
(I*od"ic) a. [Cf. F. iodique. See Iodine.] (Chem.) Pertaining to, or containing, iodine; specif.,
denoting those compounds in which it has a relatively high valence; as, iodic acid.