In a pen or riding ring, the side of the horse toward the center.
To the player's side of a line between the ball and the target.
As the wave gets closer to the beach it often starts to break faster and steeper - this is known as the inside
A stone delivered between the skip's broom and the intended target or target area.
1. a term used to describe the position of a ball that is closer to the hole than another shot. 2. closer to the body. Example: 1. "Paul's shot was within 6 feet of the pin but Todd put his shot inside Paul's." 2. "The natural arc of a backswing travels first along the target line and then inside the target line."
Where a golfer is closer to the hole than their challenger's ball.
Anything to the left of a horse during a race; position closest to the inside rail.
the area around which lateral bend of the horse is made, concave side.
of a player's path: relatively close (in reference to the sides of the field) to where the ball was snapped from. Thus, a ballcarrier's path in crossing the neutral zone may be said to be "inside" of an opponent, or an "inside run" in general, and a rushing defensive player may be said to put on an "inside move" or "inside rush". of the movement of the ball between players: directed toward a player who cuts between a player in the backfield who throws or hands the ball and the place from which it was snapped. Thus, an "inside pass" or "inside handoff". An "inside reverse" (sometimes called a scissors play) is a reverse play via an inside handoff.
Being nearer the hole than the ball of your opponent.
in a ring, the side of the horse closer to the center of the ring
Descriptive of the ball closest from the hole, or of the golfer whose ball it is. The opposite of away.
Area on your side of a line drawn from the ball to the target.
The portion of the matchcover that is closest to the matches. (Do not confuse "inside" with "back".) (See Back, I).
1.In the tube. 2.Closest to the curl on take off. 3.Shoreward of the breaking waves.
1. Refers to the part of the field closer to the mid-line, as opposed to the touchline. 2. Inside of the foot: the big toe side of the foot near the arch.