“Like I say on my site, a real woman with muscles is someone who exudes beauty from the inside out,” she says.
States are not built from the outside in; they are built from the inside out.
Other photographs in inside out capture the action behind the panes in one straight shot.
“These photographs are from the inside out,” Reggio explains.
She trained for Justine like a prizefighter trains for an opponent, studying her every decision from inside out.
In a quarter of an hour, he had, if I may use the igspression, "turned her inside out."
She puts on other people's gloves, but she puts them on inside out.
Here Mr. Vernon put on his mask and taking off his gown resumed it inside out.
I took it from him, turned it inside out, and opened my pocket knife.
Stitch round the glove, turn it inside out, and insert the hand.
late 14c., ynneside "interior of the body," compound of in (adv.) + side (n.). The adjective is 1610s, from the noun. Inside job "robbery, espionage, etc., committed by or with the help of a resident or servant of a place" is attested by 1887, American English (also, late 19c., early 20c., "indoors work"). Inside track "advantage" is metaphoric because those lanes are shorter on a curved track. Inside of, in reference to time, is from 1839.
In prison (1888+ Prison)