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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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44) which measured five dimensions of sport event personality (diligence, uninhibitedness, fit, tradition, and amusement) they examined whether matching the brand personality of brands and sport events would result in positive consumer responses.
The banana, by the mere fact of its brazen otherness, provokes both disgust and fascination; it is a token of uninhibitedness in a society on the brink of the Puritan revolution, an event that plays an important role in the novel.
Many of Camus's early writings, especially Noces and L'Ete, the exuberant, soulful essays he wrote a few years before L'Etranger, expressed his love for French Algeria's pied-noir, colon society, whose virility, physical uninhibitedness, camaraderie, and closeness to Nature he idolized.