in or into the interior or inner part; inside.
in or into a house, building, etc.; indoors: The fire was burning on the hearth within.
on, or as regards, the inside; internally.
inside an enclosed place, area, room, etc.: He was startled by a cry from within.
in the mind, heart, or soul; inwardly.
in or into the interior of or the parts or space enclosed by: within city walls.
in the compass or limits of; not beyond: within view; to live within one's income.
at or to some point not beyond, as in length or distance; not farther than: within a radius of a mile.
at or to some amount or degree not exceeding: within two degrees of freezing.
in the course or period of, as in time: within one's memory; within three minutes.
inside of the limits fixed or required by; not transgressing: within the law.
in the field, sphere, or scope of: within the family; within one's power.
is always a great word to know.
So is slumgullion. Does it mean:
the inside of a place, space, or building.
Origin: before 1000; Middle English withinne
(preposition and adv.), Old English withinnan
(adv.), equivalent to with with-
from within, equivalent to in in
suffix of motion from