inhibition

[ in-i-bish-uh n, in-hi- ]SEE DEFINITION OF inhibition

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Sudden death, which seems due to a phenomenon of inhibition.

This professor did not explain what he meant by 'death due to inhibition'?

The professor claims that death is due to a phenomenon of inhibition.

We saw that in every act of attention the process of inhibition is essential.

He pronounced the inhibition lengthily and sonorously, so that the 'not' sounded like 'n-o-o-o-t!'

I think their inhibition comes by means of the late innovation.

If you can once overcome an inhibition, you have broken its hold.

There is a technical word for his condition: he is in a state of inhibition.

There is an affirmation, then negation; impulse, then inhibition.

He looked quizzically at Sandy, knowing his chum's inhibition.

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