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unrepressed

(ˌʌnrɪˈprɛst)
adj
not repressed, restrained, or inhibited
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Adj.1.unrepressed - not repressedunrepressed - not repressed; "unrepressed hostilities"
uninhibited - not inhibited or restrained; "uninhibited exuberance"
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The PDP called on the legislators to reflect on the pains of Nigerians, particularly, victims of killings, bloodlettings, kidnappings and other acts of violence, which continued unrepressed, while funds meant for security were reportedly being frittered.
Her husband is unusually open for a TV personality, with the light and shade of unrepressed emotion and thought brightening and clouding his face like a shiftingweatherpattern.
Sigmund Freud in his contemplation of neurotic disorders cites emotional excitement, tied to the innate sexuality of individuals, left unrepressed and allowed free reign as causes of psychosis.
In chapter 2, Anatol explores how European literary versions of African/African diasporic female vampires worked to position Africana women as dangerous creatures of unrepressed desire and beacons of social corruption through disrupting "pure" bloodlines.
(44) Impacted by Sigmund Freud's new understanding of the depths of the human psyche, both the Cubists and Surrealists studied African and Oceanic arts for their supposedly unrepressed primal sexual content, but also as a way of imagining new forms.
Unmethylated or hypomethylated DNA participates to the formation of an open (or active or unrepressed) euchromatin structure which allows the high levels of gene expression needed for ESCs to differentiate in various lineages.
Far from being a prude, Sophia was unrepressed in her expressions of emotion to family, friends, and most of all, to her husband.
We can recall Wood's (1986) thesis that monsters represent what is psychically repressed, and Nast's (2000) characterization of colonial racism as a psychic fear of unrepressed oedipal desire disrupting the heteronormative family.
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However, when the target pool exceeds the threshold set by the buffering miRNA concentration plus the equilibrium dissociation constant (KD) of the miRNA : target interaction, smaller changes in target (i.e., ceRNA) concentration could result in remarkable changes in the concentration of free unrepressed targets [165,167].
"Marilyn Monroe's Legacy: the Angel of Sex Thrusts the American Dream Into the Postmodern Sensibility of Unrepressed Feminine Sexuality." Unpublished Paper.
Unrepressed, rational conflicts between communities of interest are in these ways a principal force for the further diversification of perspectives and the advancement of objective knowledge and effective realizations.