What is the opposite of outside?

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Adjective
Opposite of situated on or near the exterior or external surface of something
“The outcome is unsatisfactory because the placement of the radiators would make the inside part of the room warmer, separating the room into two parts.”
Adjective
Opposite of situated or placed in the open air
“The indoor play area should also receive design attention for children who need to be alone, especially if they are experiencing stress, discomfort, or behavior problems.”
Adjective
(outside chance) Opposite of small or improbable in degree
“There is a likely chance of a thunderstorm late tomorrow evening.”
Adjective
Opposite of engaged from outside a particular group or organization
“I have been able to sell the game to other specialty markets, and I have used an in-house salesperson to take care of these sales efforts instead of doing it myself.”
Adjective
Opposite of of the greatest possible degree or amount
“The slightest amount of damage to the intercontinental ballistic missile can result in total destruction of the entire system.”
Adjective
Opposite of extrinsic to, or not being a vital component of, something
Adjective
Opposite of cold or aloof in manner or behavior
Adjective
Opposite of small in degree or level
“If he is a regular enough reader of the daily papers, there is a strong chance he will change his discourse and show concerns about all of these subjects.”
Adjective
Opposite of impartial or without bias or prejudice
Adjective
Opposite of working for oneself, rather than for an employer
Adjective
Opposite of away from a particular site
Adjective
Opposite of of the greatest possible degree or amount
Adjective
Opposite of having very little connection with or relationship to
“We also welcome papers that analyze any aspect of literary discourse related black vernacularism.”
Adjective
Opposite of not belonging to or characteristic of
“Despite Ola's eccentricities, it was characteristic of a man who combined brilliant intellect with a strong capacity for rationalization.”
Adjective
Opposite of not connected with or relevant to something
“At the risk of oversimplifying, the relevant questions can be gathered under three crude rubrics as the What, How, and Why questions.”
Adjective
Opposite of strangely unique, typically in a striking or attractive way
Adjective
Opposite of not regular or permanent
“Following a review of her performance, she would be offered a permanent position at the company.”
Adjective
Opposite of absent or not at a place where one is expected to be
“If everybody is present, we will begin.”
Noun
Opposite of the external side or surface of something
“The inside of the suit is webbed with blast-dampening fibers that distribute energy and kinetic impact over a broad area, making attacks much less likely to cause crippling injuries..”
Noun
Opposite of the furthest limit, as to number, quantity, extent, etc.
“For the sake of our discussion, let's assume at the very least you could remove the part of the weapon that we're most interested in.”
Noun
(the outside) Opposite of the outward form or appearance of someone or something
“Well, it seems like my inside wants to be on my outside, but I'm no doctor.”
Noun
Opposite of the side of a bend or curve where the edge or surface is longer in extent
“The spiral, wedge-shaped steps were wide on the outside of the curve and narrowed down to about two inches on the inside of the curve.”
Preposition
(usually with "of") Opposite of with, or to, the exclusion of
“There is no set boundary for a question paper, as long as it is within the curriculum.”
Preposition
Opposite of on the outside of
“Detective Mills insisted that Somerset tell him what was inside the box.”
Preposition
Opposite of except for
Adverb
Opposite of in the outdoors or open-air
“A pleasant woman servant in a blue cotton gown appeared, and after she had gone through the same ceremony, led us indoors up the broad old ladder staircase to the first story.”
Adverb
Opposite of in front of or from one side to the other of
“He would follow behind, hoping to get a lead on their involvement in the crime.”
Conjunction
(also used as preposition) Opposite of with the exception of
“Make sure you get everything on the shopping list, including the pineapple.”
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