- adj. Not repressed.
- adj. not repressed
- un- + repressed (Wiktionary)
“The more reserved and less passionate Kerouac saw Cassady as a manifestation of unrepressed freedom and masculine sexuality, a man completely devoid of inhibition.”
“The New Yorker's Peter J. Boyer is out with an extensive profile of Speaker of the House-in-waiting John Boehner and the upcoming difficulties that the 20-year congressional veteran will soon face in controlling a caucus stacked with Republican legislators, both new and old, who have been sent to Washington, D.C. amid what they see as a violent storm of unrepressed conservative anger.”
“Freudian beliefs and unrepressed sex would be the next answer to human misery.”
“It might be expected, with such an unrepressed and confessional artist, that there would be nothing left to document.”
“Everyone's awesomely unrepressed in The Host, the masterful Korean monster movie by Joon-ho Bong," writes Sarahjane Blum, noting further in, "For all its hostility toward US presence in Korea, The Host is deeply inspired by American culture.”
“Nothing, indeed, could exhibit a stronger contrast than the appearance of the two girls; — the good-humoured laughter-loving countenance of the Maid of the Mill, who stood gazing with unrepressed astonishment on whatever was in her inexperienced eye rare and costly, and with an humble, and at the same time cheerful acquiescence in her inferiority, asking all the little queries about the use and value of the ornaments, while Mary”
““Respect the kinswoman of Coeur de Lion!” said Sir Kenneth, in a tone of unrepressed anger.”
“Haute couture is where the trends originate in their purest, unrepressed, original form.”
“Moreover, he discovered the mode of logic whereby the unrepressed unconscious mind operates.”
“There is also an unrepressed unconscious which is by far the larger part of our being.”
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