[ UK /ɪnhˈɪbɪtɪd/ ]
[ US /ˌɪnˈhɪbətɪd/ ]
  1. held back or restrained or prevented
    in certain conditions previously inhibited conditioned reactions can reappear
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How To Use inhibited In A Sentence

  • The young ladies of the public relation are too inhibited to laugh freely.
  • And then there's the absolute joy and freedom of letting your body move uninhibitedly to the beat, and flexing muscles you never knew existed!
  • Expense of formation Neither a sole trader nor a partnership is inhibited by legal formalities when commencing trading.
  • This power of control has not, however, inhibited the developments in the character of oral questions above described.
  • In appearance and atmosphere he was a strapping big college man, smooth-faced and easy-mannered, clean and simple and wholesome, with a known record of being a splendid athlete and an implied vast possession of cold culture of the inhibited sort. SOUTH OF THE SLOT
  • For a start, this music is uninhibited, drawing plentifully from the lightweight and somewhat swingy end of the spectrum.
  • This period ushered in the flowering of so-called grotesque ornamentation, where erotic hybrids abounded in uninhibited decorative fantasies.
  • The serotonin transporter can be selectively inhibited by antidepressant drugs such as fluoxetine and citalopram.
  • A great performance by Polanski as the boring, drab office worker who slowly goes insane, and, consequently, sheds his inhibited personality.
  • During icehouse periods the distribution of continents inhibited circum-equatorial circulation forcing faster oceanic circulation in the main ocean gyres.
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