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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinwardsin‧wards /ˈɪnwədz $ -wərdz/ especially British English, inward American English adverb  IN/INSIDEtowards the inside of something opp outwards A breeze blew the curtains inwards.
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inwardsBrown stains caused by small flames crept inwards.One sheet lay at his feet, as yet untouched by the flames, although it was beginning to curl inwards.With hands clasped behind and palms facing inwards, raise the arms 35 times, aiming slightly higher with each count.At last, however, the door fell inwards upon the carpet.
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