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in·te·ri·or

(in-tēr'ē-ŏr),
Relating to the inside; situated within.

interior

[in·tēr′ē·ər]
Etymology: L, inner
1 situated inside; inward.
2 an inner part or cavity.

interior

[L. internus, within]
The internal portion or area of something; situated within.
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Since God is beyond essence, the feelings that most radically interiorize the supreme intention of reason and the search for true happiness must be beyond form.
All this suggests an urgent need for ongoing formation that enables priests to interiorize their commitment at a deep level.
With her camera Doppelt explores this instance, which does not register properly as a moment but can only be captured after the fact, when close scrutiny turns what we are about to eat, interiorize, or consume into something alien and repellent.
They have broken what seems an arbitrary rule they neither understand nor interiorize, and they want to buy off the irritating guiltmongers in their minds.
The trappings of fantasy, the sensationalism and glitz of the tabloid, the glamour of fashion--minus the subject who is supposed to interiorize, digest, and form an identity around them .
So one understands that the spiritual sense would come normally in third place, after the mystical sense; it deepens it, interiorizes, and completes it by applying it.
When a society is faced with implosive crises that exceed its "normal capacity" to deal with them, the "system interiorizes what exceeds it through an interdiction and in this way "designates itself as exterior to itself" (1998: 18).
Voichita's religiosity is another strategy of avoiding emotional expressiveness; she interiorizes, and chooses to invest her love in God, revealing her reservations about committing to Alina who has reappeared after a number of years.