within

within
within [with in′, within′]
adv.
[ME withinne < OE withinnan < with, WITH + innan, within, into < in, IN1]
1. in or into the interior; on the inside; internally
2. indoors
3. inside the body, mind, heart, etc.; inwardly
prep.
1. in the inner part of; inside
2. not beyond in distance, time, degree, range, scope, etc. [within a mile, withinone's experience]
3. inside the limits of [within the law]
n.
the inside or the interior

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