- not inhibited or restricted: uninhibited freedom to act.
- not restrained by social convention or usage; unconstrained: an uninhibited discussion of the causes of divorce.
Origin of uninhibited
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Examples from the Web for uninhibited
He was not originally so uninhibited, however, as can now be seen in his “lost” novel, Skylight.The Lost Novel of Nobel-Winner José Saramago
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Vidal grew up with politics in his blood and was his most free and uninhibited while talking about that rough world.This Week’s Hot Reads: Dec. 2, 2012
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He is encouraged to talk in an uninhibited way about his concerns and feelings.When You Don't Know Where to Turn
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It seems that during his flourishing youth Leonardo at first worked in an uninhibited manner.Leonardo da Vinci
Other changes simply testify an authors attention to his style, uninhibited by the fact that the style is indeed not his.Samuel Richardson's Introduction to Pamela
He grinned and that expression was a baring of teeth like a wolf's uninhibited snarl.Ride Proud, Rebel!
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They advocated that the child's personality would mature better if uninhibited.Report of the Special Committee on Moral Delinquency in Children and Adolescents
Oswald Chettle Mazengarb et al.
- lacking in inhibitions or restraint
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Word Origin and History for uninhibited
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