Definition of inside of in English:

inside of

informal
1Within: something inside of me wanted to believe him
More example sentences
  • He stood in the crisp air inside of the forbidding black tower, staring thoughtfully out towards the south.
  • I pull out the chair, sit down and begin to type what is in my heart, and as I do, a change takes place not only inside of me, but also within the room.
  • Before they could go inside of the room a gust of wind blew from within the room.
1.1In less than (the period of time specified): preparing a ship for a voyage inside of a week
More example sentences
  • The centurions club is an elite club of people who can run or walk 100 miles inside of 24 hours.
  • It's not necessarily bucketing down, but coming down hard enough that we were both soaked to the skin inside of fifteen minutes.
  • Two missed scores and two points inside of four minutes of the restart had Carlow back within a goal of their opponents.
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