Definition of inwards in English:

inwards

Syllabification: in·wards
Pronunciation: /ˈinwərdz
 
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adverb

  • variant of inward.
    More example sentences
    • Reaching the eighth plank, he pushed, and it swung inwards, revealing a small crevice that he quickly squeezed into.
    • Doyle, still leaning against the door, had little precious time to catch himself as Cordelia swung it inwards.
    • He scrambled to the floor and was about to dive under the bed when the door swung inwards and the light from the corridor blinded him for a moment.
    Synonyms
    inside, into the interior, inwards, within

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