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Word: uninhibited

Definition: having no inhibitions; free in behavior and feelings


Sentences Containing 'uninhibited'

"Aretha is a natural. No matter what she sings - new songs like "Without the One You Love" (which she herself wrote) and "Don't Cry, Baby" or time-tested stadarts like "Try a Little Tenderness" and "I Apologize" - she is completely free, uninhibited and thrilling", Billy James, said.
50% inhibition has been shown at 85 μM dAMP and 1 μM dATP but uninhibited by cAMP.
For smooth and consistent flying, a steady breeze is required, uninhibited by trees, buildings, hills, or other tall objects which may block the wind.
In a Gujarati village, Ranjaar, infamous for its uninhibited manufacture and sale of arms and ammunition (weapons are sold like vegetables at the place), two clans, Rajari and Sanera, have been at odds with each other for the past 500 years.
The episode has been cited as one of Diana Rigg's finest. The members of the Hellfire Club have been described as engaging in "uninhibited debauchery".
The uninhibited atmosphere of burlesque establishments owed much to the free flow of alcoholic liquor, and the enforcement of Prohibition was a serious blow.
There is disorientation and amnesia, and uninhibited behaviour may occur.
There’s part of me that wants to be an uninhibited, unrestrained lunatic doing whatever I want.
To Bedelia each marriage was a pleasure cruise and she an amiable passenger, always amused and amusing, always happy to share the fun, uninhibited by the fear that any relationship would grow too important, because she knew the cruise would soon be over, the relationship severed, and she would be free to embark on a new journey.
When June leaves, Nin becomes involved with Henry, and begins an uninhibited sexual and emotional affair with him, which prompts an intellectual and sensual awakening.

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