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Expressing one's feelings or thoughts unselfconsciously and without restraint.‘fits of uninhibited laughter’
unrestrained, unrepressed, abandoned, wild, impetuous, carefree, recklessunreserved, unrepressed, liberated, unconstrained, unselfconscious, free and easy, relaxed, informal, open, outgoing, extrovert, candid, outspoken, frank, forthright, spontaneous, instinctive, shamelessView synonyms
- ‘Isabelle, in a slightly drunk and uninhibited state, flaunts her desire at being desired while Gerald trembles at her physical closeness.’
- ‘Certainly her public persona is extroverted; she's uninhibited and quick to inject her opinions about literature, food, movies, whatever.’
- ‘Like most open and uninhibited souls, these people probably have very few psychological problems.’
- ‘Yet he and the wife still sit down to eat their humungous dinner in front of the set as they usually do, uninhibited by the presence of TV cameras.’
- ‘Morgenroth's subjects seem uninhibited and startlingly candid throughout.’
- ‘She's slovenly and uninhibited; he's anal and reserved.’
- ‘Miss Fritton is headmistress of St Trinian's, where her unorthodox doctrine and free expression has brought her a collection of very uninhibited pupils.’
- ‘They are affectionate and uninhibited and their lifelong devotion to each other is touching.’
- ‘A lot can be said for being spontaneous and uninhibited, but that is easier said than done.’
- ‘She was intensely shy, but onstage she became the most uninhibited person in the room.’
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