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disinhibition

noun dis·in·hi·bi·tion \(ˌ)dis-ˌin-(h)ə-ˈbi-shən\

Definition of DISINHIBITION

:  loss or reduction of an inhibition (as by the action of interfering stimuli or events) <disinhibition of a reflex> <disinhibition of violent tendencies>
dis·in·hib·it \(ˌ)dis-in-ˈhi-bət\ transitive verb
dis·in·hib·i·tor \-in-ˈhi-bə-tər\ noun

First Known Use of DISINHIBITION

circa 1927

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