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uninhibited

/un·in·hib·it·ed/ (un″in-hib´ĭ-ted) free from usual constraints; not subject to normal inhibitory mechanisms.
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The 13 volunteers who had been inhibited toddlers showed a significantly greater response to unfamiliar faces than the nine who had been uninhibited.
These are generally rather subdued affairs, in that the attendees are in coat and tie or other appropriate attire and there tends not to be uninhibited dancing on tables.
and first time Executive Chef, a new corner to the New York restaurant scene, lauded for her accomplishments with seafood, and last but not least, a stalwart-someone we knew would stir things up with his bold and uninhibited approach to just about everything he does.
IN MY theological college, nearly 50 years ago, there were those with romantic notions about how wonderful it must have been to be a Christian in the early church, uninhibited by cultural restraints.
Milan's book mixes prose and poetry, lyrics and sensible advice to a society, uninhibited and fond of amusement.
This way our art and literature Serve our God-given freedom to express Ourselves however we think best And be as uninhibited as hogs, Our electronic catalogs Conveying all our everlasting hopes While we glide down the frozen slopes Of the statistical analysis And the opinion poll.
One of the first things that struck me on my arrival in Ladakh was the wide uninhibited smiles of the women, who moved about freely, joking and speaking with men in an open and unselfconscious way," she writes.
NAFTA's supporters say making North America one large market, with virtually uninhibited trade of goods and services between the United States, Canada and Mexico, will increase American competitiveness with Europe and Japan, decrease illegal immigration (primarily from Mexico) and provide steady job creation as demand for U.
Measuring voided volume and post-voiding residual helps to differentiate between uninhibited bladder (urge incontinence) and an underactive bladder.
This is the New Negro Harlem that represented joy, exhileration, and exuberance, the inspiration for white modernist writers and painters to celebrate " the uninhibited, primitive quality of Negro joy," the exotic opposite of their post-World-War-I alienation and melancholy.
At Directors Forum, leaders from these segments engaged in an actual, uninhibited conversation, with all involved gaining a unique perspective and understanding for other parties' points of view.
The researchers used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to examine adults with either an inhibited or uninhibited temperament.