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Free from inhibition; unrestrained or unselfconscious: uninhibited laughter.

un′in·hib′it·ed·ly adv.
un′in·hib′it·ed·ness n.


the state or quality of being uninhibited
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The mother of a teenager and a preschooler and stepmother of a 'tween, she is drawn to the beauty, innocence and uninhibitedness of children experiencing the world.
But Winslet, who grew up in a large, working-class family outside London, has an uncommon candor and easy uninhibitedness that has made her both an engagingly down-to-earth personality and a naturalistic actress with quick access to deep emotions.
while the benefits include the taste and flavor of the drink, the utility generated by being more sociable (recognition and leadership), as well as the positive physical sensations, such as an enhanced feeling of freedom and uninhibitedness.