Innermost [adjective]

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So much of the experience of TikTok feels like being funneled into increasingly niche categories that, because TikTok’s home feed is literally called the “For You” page, supposedly reflects some referendum on your innermost self.

The innermost planets seem to be rocky, with densities similar to Earth’s.

In the innermost, Atock, our locomotive engineer, and I chummed together.

Yet some little cell of innermost memory, stirring out of sleep, had surely given up its dead.

The membrane of the nucleus usually constitutes the innermost coat of the seed.

By degrees it became evident to him that the evil one was always at work, both inside and outside his innermost heart.

He seemed to be studying him afresh, as though he were trying to read his innermost thoughts.

"Everything," and Romanoff's eyes seemed to be searching into Dick's innermost soul.

I took my oath before the passport clerk in the innermost recess of the State Department.

What keeps you so deeply engaged, Clitiphon, in the innermost corner of your residence, that prevents you from seeing me?