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Sense 1:

A feeling of self-consciousness or restraint that prevents one from expressing oneself freely or engaging in particular actions.

Example sentences:
  1. He danced with wild abandon once he let go of his inhibitions.
  2. She had to overcome her inhibitions to speak up in front of the large crowd.
  3. The alcohol helped him shed his inhibitions and become more social.

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Sense 1:

To prevent, restrain, or hinder.

Example sentences:
  1. The strong winds inhibited their progress in reaching the mountaintop.
  2. The teacher's criticism inhibited her creativity.
  3. Her fear of failure inhibited her from pursuing her dreams.

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