beyond control


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Adv.1.beyond control - out of controlbeyond control - out of control; "the riots got out of hand"
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The few times that his persecutions had moved him beyond control and made him fight back had cost him very dear at headquarters; not at the hands of Roxy, for if she ever went beyond scolding him sharply for "forgett'n' who his young marster was," she at least never extended her punishment beyond a box on the ear.
Nicholas engaged beds for himself and Smike at the inn where the coach stopped, and repaired, without the delay of another moment, to the lodgings of Newman Noggs; for his anxiety and impatience had increased with every succeeding minute, and were almost beyond control.
he asked, trembling all over and feeling that he was overcome and that his desire had already passed beyond control.
he asked, with a faint smile that nearly exasperated me beyond control.
He noted that god-fatherism' was instituted to control elected officials so that they would not go beyond control.
In theory, Pakistan is practising a free exchange rate regime, but keeping in view the sensitive role that exchange rates play in an economy like ours, the central bank keeps the rupee in a certain rate-band to avoid volatility beyond control.
The two senior professionals said the issue must be accorded top priority before things start getting beyond control and ulterior
Sometimes with up-side-down view, sometimes distorting normal things beyond recognition, sometimes fighting unnecessary battles, sometimes hyper-sensitive, sometimes very emotional, sometimes when things are beyond control, taking the refuge of the art and sometimes taking liberty of expressions higher than Statue of Liberty- Impossible to catch in words but captured in cartoons.
Was this an exercise aimed at accustoming young children to the regrettable fact that community gun culture is somewhere near normal and beyond control of law enforcement agencies?
someone has flicked a switch because the roll-out of automated supermarket checkouts is escalating beyond control.
In a statement, he said that a former prime minister doubled the wheat support price due to sliding popularity of his party which boosted the production beyond control.
Foreign minister in Rome: Dangerous terrorist sectarian militias in region gone beyond control.