inward : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a relating to or existing in the mind or thoughts
a concern with inward reflections
- s directed or moving inward or toward a center
inward flood of capital
- r toward the center or interior
move the needle further inwards!
- r to or toward the inside of
- Many in those classes are looking not inward but behind.
- All sound and sight dimmed, as my thoughts turned inward.
- Even now it hollows him, and as his eyes turn inward and he retrieves pieces of the story, he cannot sit still.
News & Articles
- The Crossing opens its festival with a Baltic stunner
The Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral was darkened and the the Crossing choir was positioned in a circle, facing inward, with sound seeming to come from everywhere and nowhere. But even a healthy sense of trepidation had no place at Saturday's opening of the group's annual Month of Moderns festival, in which artistic director Donald Nally unveiled his latest stunning Baltic discovery, Chu dal by ...
June 18, 2013 - Philly.com
- 'Banks Should Be Less About Self-Regard, More About Common Good,' Says Worldwide Anglican Leader
Banks should be less about "inward-looking self-regard" and more about the common good, the spiritual leader of the worldwide Anglican Communion, the Archbishop of Canterbury has said.
June 13, 2013 - The Christian Post
- Gordon Brown in guardian.co.uk
Mr Brown writes in his letter: "The reform treaty sets the framework to ensure that an enlarged EU can function well. This is the right time to bring to an end to this prolonged period of inward-looking institutional debate and focus all our efforts...
- John Amaechi in Pakistan Observer
We went to the World Cup and found all sorts of problems and we felt we should sit back and look inward,Amaechi told reporters.
- President Bush in AFP
During times of economic crisis, some may be tempted to turn inward -- focusing on our problems here at home, while ignoring our interests around the world. This would be a serious mistake,Bush warned.