Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Free from inhibition; unrestrained or unselfconscious.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not inhibited, in any sense of that word.

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  • adjective Not inhibited; having no inhibitions.

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  • adjective not inhibited or restrained

Etymologies

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un- +‎ inhibited

Examples

  • While most of the children who were classified as uninhibited turned out to be garden-variety kids—comfortable joining a new classroom, trying a new activity, or meeting new people—some of those easygoing kids were extremely uninhibited.

    Red Flags or Red Herrings?

  • "Because Family behavior on the private floors can best be described as uninhibited, particularly in the evening," Cortin said.

    The Alembic Plot A Terran Empire novel

  • He speaks his mind -- at times at his own peril -- sometimes uninhibited, which is a quality Obama has said he'd value in any adviser, and would ensure the new president doesn't surround himself by an army of yes men.

    ModerateVoters.org

  • It's that Heinlein implies that that "uninhibited" nature is the way that women SHOULD be.

    The Lensman's Children

  • In en email to the Observer, Michael Harrison, publisher and editor of Talkers Magazine, called talk radio "a far more fertile medium for the kind of uninhibited, crusading opinion that has marked Lou Dobbs 'style in the past year and a half."

    Speedy CNN Finds a Replacement for Dobbs

  • In en email to the Observer, Michael Harrison, publisher and editor of Talkers Magazine, called talk radio "a far more fertile medium for the kind of uninhibited, crusading opinion that has marked Lou Dobbs 'style in the past year and a half."

    Speedy CNN Finds a Replacement for Dobbs

  • Does Mrs. Clinton's "young friend" really not realize that unplugged in this context means "without amplification" and not "uninhibited"?

    Damsel in Distress

  • Henry Adams was among the regulars at the White House table who listened to "uninhibited" Roosevelt monologues.

    The Performer

  • The world recognizes that there is a problem with this kind of uninhibited greed.

    Seeing the Forest

  • The world recognizes that there is a problem with this kind of uninhibited greed.

    Seeing the Forest

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  • uninhibited – without inhibition; esp., free from the usual social or psychological restraints, as in behavior

    July 14, 2008