innermost innermost  /ˈɪ nər ˌmoʊst/


  1. (adj) being deepest within the self
  2. (adj) situated or occurring farthest within



  1. The deepest significance of Watergate, the only important meaning to be extracted from all of that wreckage and squalor, penetrates to the innermost American idea.
  2. He dresses in jeans, T shirts and rhinestone-studded sandals, moans with un-Japanese candor about loneliness in his diary, then posts his innermost secrets on his fan website.
  3. The Temple's innermost shrine, featuring the holy room that the Bible said had been occupied by the Ark of the Covenant in Solomon's Temple, loomed 80 ft.


  • Astrophotos: Crescent Moon, Mercury and Venus Together in the Sky

    Last night (June 10, 2013) the two innermost worlds of our Solar System visible were joined by a very slender waxing crescent Moon, just over two days after New phase (see our preview of the event here). Several of our readers managed to capture this beautiful twilight triple conjunction. Our lead image is from Adrian [...]
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Universe Today


  1. "Innermost in the Oslo Fjord, the opera house rises as a new and monumental landmark," said King Harald in declaring the opera open. "This house for many generations to come will be filled with music, dance and song."
    on Apr 12, 2008 By: King Harald V Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "Manga, as a genre originating in Japan, is truly unique in its form of presentation and expression. In manga, it is possible to depict the realities of life or convey to the reader a person's innermost thoughts," Mr Aso said. "With all due...
    on May 22, 2007 By: Taro Aso Source: Melbourne Herald Sun

  3. "I say we are long overdue for another visit with some permanence to help us unveil the secrets of this planet, the innermost and least understood of the terrestrial planets," Figueroa said.
    on Aug 2, 2004 By: Orlando Figueroa Source: USA Today

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ennui ennui
/ɛ ˈnu i /