uninhibited

adjective
un·​in·​hib·​it·​ed | \ ˌən-in-ˈhi-bə-təd How to pronounce uninhibited (audio) \

Definition of uninhibited

: free from inhibition uninhibited exuberance also : boisterously informal a festive uninhibited party

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Other Words from uninhibited

uninhibitedly adverb
uninhibitedness noun

Examples of uninhibited in a Sentence

She's very uninhibited and is always the life of the party. an uninhibited child who laughed and cried with equal abandon

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As today’s South — and in the spirit of uninhibited Wonderland bidding — Alice zoomed into a slam. Frank Stewart, The Mercury News, "Bridge: July 9, 2019," 9 July 2019 Now, construction workers — and whatever development is built on the land — has a clear, uninhibited view of the activities at the resort. Jeff Forward, Houston Chronicle, "Local nudist resort sees influx of new members, faces development challenges," 5 July 2019 Only then can both sides transition, uninhibited, to a productive future. Mike Anthony, courant.com, "Mike Anthony: The NCAA hammered Kevin Ollie; now UConn should settle with him and move on to bright future," 3 July 2019 The benefit of this kind of uninhibited performance, Shero said, belongs to both performers and the cheering crowds catching their clothes. Nicole Blackwood, chicagotribune.com, "Plus-size burlesque troupe The Femme FATales is serving ‘fat liberation on a silver platter’," 1 July 2019 What stood out in the huge upset against the defending World Cup champions was how aggressive, fearless and uninhibited his team looked. Andrew Keh, New York Times, "A Fearless Mexico Tops Germany, With Help From Its Cerebral Coach," 18 June 2018 What would sexuality look like if someone were given uninhibited freedom to experiment without real-life judgment or boundaries? Alex Abad-santos, Vox, "Black Mirror’s “Striking Vipers” is like “San Junipero” without the heart," 5 June 2019 In theaters Saturday, March 23 Funny Women of a Certain Age: Fran Drescher spearheads a cast of hilarious female comedians who perform one night of uninhibited comedy. Christopher Rosa, Glamour, "12 TV Shows and Movies to Watch That Will Drastically Improve Your Week," 17 Mar. 2019 First, international inspectors must be granted full and uninhibited access to all suspicious nuclear sites in Iran. Danny Danon, WSJ, "Israel and Its Neighbors Need an Iran Deal Overhaul," 30 Apr. 2018

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First Known Use of uninhibited

1880, in the meaning defined above

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14 Jul 2019

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The first known use of uninhibited was in 1880

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uninhibited

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of uninhibited

: able to express thoughts and feelings freely : not inhibited

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