inmost

[in-mohst or, esp. British, -muhst]
adjective
1.
situated farthest within: the inmost recesses of the forest.
2.
most intimate or secret: one's inmost thoughts.

Origin:
before 900; Middle English (see in-1, -most); replacing inmest, Old English innemest, equivalent to inne- within + -mest -most

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inmost (ˈɪnˌməʊst)
 
adj
another word for innermost

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Example sentences
It had been calculated that, allowing for all projections, the house would fit
  exactly into the inmost ring.
On the other hand, a secured party who does file is inmost cases protected from
  the interests of subsequent purchasers.
Inmost cases, a permit will not be issued in facilities that are not protected
  by an automatic fire sprinkler system.
Inmost cases, purchasers of interests lost the entire amount invested.
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