Inhibition [noun]

Definition of Inhibition:

restriction, hindrance

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Opposite/Antonyms of Inhibition:

Sentence/Example of Inhibition:

Conscious, slow, deep breaths cause sympathoinhibition, or inhibition of the sympathetic nervous system, which is exactly what gets over-excited when you’re anxious or stressed.

The blow keeps you awake and the alcohol lowers your inhibitions.

So the team conducted separate analyses of enzyme activity which found no protease inhibition at all.

Adaptations to responses other than fear may also have built on this coupling of heartbeat and inhibition.

That’s why I like “social inhibition” or “bystander inhibition,” because that tells you what the effect is.

No plays should be given during the time of sickness, or during any inhibition ordered at any time by the city authorities.

Physical inhibition in the growth of the brain involves, on the mental side, feeble-mindedness and idiocy.

But not satisfied with this, she determined to be revenged on her husband by obtaining, if possible, his inhibition.

Movements and contractions due to nervousness are entirely purposeless; they even defy the most earnest efforts at inhibition.

Flogging has become a pleasure purchasable in our streets, and inhibition a grown-up habit that children play at.