innermost

[in-er-mohst or, esp. British, -muhst]
adjective
1.
farthest inward; inmost.
2.
most intimate or secret: one's innermost beliefs.
noun
3.
the innermost part.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English; see inner, -most

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innermost (ˈɪnəˌməʊst)
 
adj
1.  being or located furthest within; central
2.  intimate; private: innermost beliefs

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Example sentences
Belief is the final commitment of our innermost feelings to absolute truth.
The innermost end of the ribbon is actually accelerating away from the middle
  and opposite end of the ribbon.
Perhaps the biggest surprise is how the innermost layers revolve-especially
  when compared with the sun's peculiar outer rotation.
These studies have already turned up a new, unexpected belt tucked between the
  innermost ring and the planet's cloud tops.
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