Definition of Inhibitions
1. Noun. (plural of inhibition) ¹
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Definition of Inhibitions
1. inhibition [n] - See also: inhibition
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Literary usage of Inhibitions
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1. An Analysis of the Conveyancing (Scotland) Act, 1874, 37 and 38 Victoria by John Thompson Mowbray (1874)
"inhibitions—Period of Prescription reduced to Five Years. 1. It is provided that ' all inhibitions subsisting at the com- ' mencement of this Act shall ..."
2. Encyclopaedia Britannica; Or A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and (1823)
"Of inhibitions. Diligences diligence. Diligences are cer'ain forms of law, whereby a creditor endeavours to make good his payment, either by affecting the ..."
3. The Fundamentals of Debate by Harry Franklin Covington (1918)
"Hurtful Admissions as inhibitions.—In the nature of things, the debater cannot keep ... Immediate Removal of inhibitions Introduced by an Opponent. ..."
4. An Account of the Most Important Public Records of Great Britain: And the by Charles Purton Cooper (1832)
"Index to the Particular Registers of inhibitions from 1781 to 1820. [This, it is said, has been found to afford a vast facility, as well as security, ..."
5. A Handbook of Prescription According to the Law of Scotlandby John Hepburn Millar, Mark Napier by John Hepburn Millar, Mark Napier (1893)
"tions shall' prescribe on the lapse of five years from the date ' on which such inhibitions shall respectively take effect.' But an inhibition may be kept ..."
6. Principles of Physiological Psychology by Wilhelm Max Wundt (1904)
"We may note that similar, though weaker, effects are produced on the myel by the action of cold.1 (f)—inhibitions of Reflexes by Interference of Stimuli We ..."
7. A Treatise on Bills of Exchange, Promissory Notes, Coupon Bonds and Other by Isaac Edwards (1882)
"In many, if not in most of the states, constitutional inhibitions prevent, and wisely too, any county, city, town or village from incurring any in- 1 ..."
8. The Land Transfer Acts, 1875 and 1897: With a Commentary on the Sections of by Charles Fortescue Brickdale, William Robert Sheldon (1899)
"AS to Cautions, inhibitions, Restrictions. &c. The purchaser shall not be entitled to require the removal of any cautions, inhibitions or restrictions that ..."