Synonyms of inside in English:

inside


See definition of inside

noun

1‘my breath misted up the inside of my visor’

SYNONYMS

interior, inner part, inner side, inner surface

centre, core, middle, heart, nucleus

ANTONYMS

outside, exterior

2insides‘my insides are out of order’

SYNONYMS

stomach, gut, bowels, intestines

internal organs, viscera, entrails

belly, tummy, guts, bread basket


adjective

1‘he took an envelope from his inside pocket’

SYNONYMS

inner, interior, internal, inmost, innermost

on the inside

ANTONYMS

outer

2‘the directors used inside information to their own advantage’

SYNONYMS

confidential, classified, restricted, reserved, privileged, private, internal, secret, top secret, exclusive, off the record, not for publication

informal hush-hush

archaic privy

ANTONYMS

public


adverb

1‘the old woman ushered me inside’

SYNONYMS

indoors, within, in

into the interior, into the house, into the building, into the room

ANTONYMS

outside

2‘don't let them know how you feel inside’

SYNONYMS

inwardly, within, secretly, privately, deep down, at heart, in one's heart, in one's mind, emotionally, intuitively, instinctively

ANTONYMS

outwardly

3‘if I commit another offence I'll be back inside’

SYNONYMS

in prison, in jail, in custody, under lock and key

locked up, imprisoned, incarcerated

behind bars, doing time

British doing porridge, doing bird, banged up