1. to or toward the inside of;
2. toward the center or interior;
Keeping your heels on the ground, turn your feet inwards.
Does this door open inwards or outwards?
A curved-inwards wall has a convergent effect on wall spray.
The door swung inwards to crash against a chest of drawers behind it.
Does the window open inwards or outwards?
Does that window open inwards or outwards?
The door opened inwards, so I pushed it.
Primary function terminated when Rubikon disintegration reached three cubits inwards and increasing.
Turn inwards , and you will realize how many thoughts arise within.
The hardening typically affects the hands, causing the fingers to curl inwards.
The radical interiority of the building folds inwards all views.
The door opened inwards.
Every surface refers, for its reality, inwards.
She turns her toes inwards when she walks.
Reverse and wear with specks facing inwards thereafter.