References in classic literature ?
The master came to the door and called White Fang inside.
From inside the door came a low whining and sobbing.
But something had been stood against the wall on the inside and he could see nothing.
Will you go inside first and join the suitors, leaving me here behind you, or will you wait here and let me go in first?
As he spoke he went inside the buildings to the cloister where the suitors were, but Argos died as soon as he had recognised his master.
The insides scream dismally; the coach stops; the horses flounder; all the other six coaches stop; and their four-and-twenty horses flounder likewise: but merely for company, and in sympathy with ours.
Tom Kitten took another big jump off the bar, and landed on a ledge high up inside the chimney, knocking down some soot into the fender.
We are quite solid inside our bodies, and have no need to eat, any more than does a potato.
Dorothy stepped inside the little room to get a back view of the copper man, and in this way discovered a printed card that hung between his shoulders, it being suspended from a small copper peg at the back of his neck.
He is warranted for a thousand years, it seems; but we do not know how long he has been standing inside this rock.
In Box Five on the pit tier, which is just inside the first exit from the stalls on the left, they found nothing worth mentioning either.
These scuttles then were protected against the shock of departure by plates let into solid grooves, which could easily be opened outward by unscrewing them from the inside.
The thickness of the walls of the projectile prevented any sound reaching from the inside to the outside.
Then she emptied the conveniences out of it and fetched it full of water, and I drank and then stood up, and she poured the rest down inside the armor.
I had made a pipe a while back, and also some pretty fair tobacco; not the real thing, but what some of the Indians use: the inside bark of the willow, dried.