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inside in the inner part of; within. [9 definitions]
inside job (informal) a crime committed by someone with intimate knowledge of, or association with, the victim or the victim's property or premises.
inside of within the area or period of.
inside out reversed so that the inner surface is facing outward. [2 definitions]
insider one with privileged knowledge or access to it. [2 definitions]
insider trading the often illegal buying or selling of company stock based on information that is not made public.
inside track the shorter inside path on a curved racetrack. [2 definitions]
insidious dangerous through cunning, subtlety, and underhandedness. [2 definitions]
insight the power of mind to grasp an essential meaning or truth. [2 definitions]
insightful keenly perceptive.
insignia a badge, button, emblem, or the like that indicates membership in a certain group. [2 definitions]
insignificant having no value, importance, or significance; trivial. [3 definitions]
insincere exhibiting false or dishonest feelings or opinions; hypocritical.
insincerity the quality of being insincere; deceitfulness or hypocrisy. [2 definitions]
insinuate to suggest (something derogatory) subtly and indirectly. [4 definitions]
insinuation a sly hint or suggestion, esp. a derogatory or malicious one. [2 definitions]
insipid not interesting; dull. [2 definitions]
insist to be firm and unyielding about something. [4 definitions]
insistence the fact of insisting or quality of being insistent.
insistent firm in requesting, demanding, or asserting; unyielding. [3 definitions]
in situ (Latin) in its original place.