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disinhibit

(dĭs′ĭn-hĭb′ĭt)
tr.v. disinhib·ited, disinhib·iting, disinhib·its
1. To free (a person) from inhibitions.
2. To terminate or reverse the inhibition of (a neuron, for example).
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uk/ "What makes it more unusual and more disinhibited behaviour is the fact it occurred 10 days after you had been arrested for the offence of outraging public decency.
In fact, the strongest positive correlation was found between disinhibited eating and self-judgment.
All these incidents of sexually disinhibited behavior led to complaints to the home manager, which in turn led to a psychiatric referral.
Judge Geoffrey Marson QC told him: "On this particular evening it is perfectly obvious to me you had had far too much to drink and that you were completely disinhibited in your behaviour.
Particularly problematic are those sensation seekers who are easily bored and disinhibited.
He accepted Jones had been disinhibited by heavy drinking at the time.
For example, the DSM-5 now includes hoarding disorder, excoriation (skin picking) disorder, disruptive mood dysregulation disorder, and disinhibited social engagement disorder.
Those cats who inherit these receptors (approximately two-thirds of cats) will respond to catnip in the characteristic disinhibited fashion, while those that don't do not respond to it.
A 23-year-old carpenter presented with progressive cognitive decline for the preceding two years, change in personality since one year, disinhibited behaviour since six months and getting lost in familiar surroundings since three months.
David Murray, defending, said Shepherd was 'a young man who in drink is disinhibited,' and binge drinking has caused him difficulties.
If you tote your legal gun into a bar, an athletic event, or a problematic marriage, it will be easy for you to pull it in either instance when drunk and disinhibited, if your inclinations run strongly in that direction.