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uninhibited

Line breaks: un|in¦hib|it¦ed
Pronunciation: /ʌnɪnˈhɪbɪtɪd
 
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Definition of uninhibited in English:

adjective

1Expressing one’s feelings or thoughts unselfconsciously and without restraint: a lively and uninhibited girl
More example sentences
  • Certainly her public persona is extroverted; she's uninhibited and quick to inject her opinions about literature, food, movies, whatever.
  • She's slovenly and uninhibited; he's anal and reserved.
  • Miss Fritton is headmistress of St Trinian's, where her unorthodox doctrine and free expression has brought her a collection of very uninhibited pupils.
Synonyms
1.1Not having been restrained or suppressed: fits of uninhibited laughter her uninhibited sexuality
More example sentences
  • Her desires are free and uninhibited.
  • The man was acting crazy and the bystanders let him continue on his way uninhibited.
  • His costumes and sets are remarkable for their sheer uninhibited splendour.

Derivatives

uninhibitedly

1
adverb
Example sentences
  • It will uninhibitedly resort to violence and other means, mostly illicit, not to let go of its hold on power.
  • Unscrupulous farmers, wholesalers and retail businessmen had for years been uninhibitedly using these toxic substances, to ripen the fruits as per their convenience and to prevent the attack of pests.
  • They are totally, uninhibitedly enamored of one another.

uninhibitedness

2
noun
Example sentences
  • Here are some healthy (yet unused) brain cells in payment for that uninhibitedness you promised me, Mr. Guinness.
  • But his uninhibitedness also takes the form of sheer stylistic bravura, the dazzling facility, note-spinning mastery and heedless creative enthusiasm of the Russian.
  • Thus, this variable reflects an individual's interest in and willingness to participate in a variety of sexual activities; perhaps an increased sexual uninhibitedness.

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