Definition of inner woman in English:

inner woman

Pronunciation /ˈinər ˈwo͝omən/ /ˈɪnər ˈwʊmən/


in singular
  • 1A woman's soul or mind.

    ‘to behave as her inner woman prompts’
    • ‘It gives us a glimpse of the inner woman, who, although she wrote happy endings for her novels, was destined to be disappointed in love.’
    • ‘Invite her to show you and your camera the inner woman, the person she truly is.’
    • ‘Iris is an uncommon name, and it's intriguing that a female (your wise inner woman perhaps?) with this name shows up as a teacher.’
    • ‘Preven has gone the route of appealing to everyone's stronger inner woman, relying on Rosie the Riveter to get their message across.’
    1. 1.1humorous A woman's stomach.
      • ‘after refreshing the inner woman, I was all for trying again’