Inwards vs Innards - What's the difference?

inwards | innards |


As an adverb inwards

is towards the inside.

As a noun innards is

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inwards

English

Adverb

(en adverb)
  • Towards the inside.
  • Antonyms

    * outwards

    See also

    * inwardly

    innards

    English

    Noun

    (head) (p)
  • The internal organs]] of a human or animal; especially viscera, [[intestine, intestines.
  • The inner workings of something; the insides or guts.
  • He took the cover off his computer and looked at the innards .

    Usage notes

    * This word is most frequently used in the plural/collective sense, as above. English pluralia tantum