inside, inner, inward, interior, private, intrinsic, innate, inherent, under the surface, intimate, subjective, enclosed, circumscribed; see also inner.
Antonyms external, outer*, outward.
Within the body
intestinal, constitutional, physiological, physical, bodily, organic, neurological, abdominal, ventral, visceral; see also bodily 1, organic.
Antonyms foreign*, external, superficial.
Within a group or area
domestic, intrastate, civil, in-house; see domestic 1, national 2, native 2, regional.
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Located inside or farther in:
Of, relating to, or arising from one's mental or spiritual being:
Of, from, or within a country's own territory:
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