uncontrollable


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un·con·trol·la·ble

 (ŭn′kən-trō′lə-bəl)
adj.
Impossible to control or govern: an uncontrollable urge for a chocolate bar; uncontrollable rebels.

un′con·trol′la·bil′i·ty, un′con·trol′la·ble·ness n.
un′con·trol′la·bly adv.

uncontrollable

(ˌʌnkənˈtrəʊləbəl)
adj
incapable of being controlled or managed
ˌunconˌtrollaˈbility, ˌunconˈtrollableness n
ˌunconˈtrollably adv
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.uncontrollable - difficult to solve or alleviateuncontrollable - difficult to solve or alleviate; "uncontrollable pain"
intractable - not tractable; difficult to manage or mold; "an intractable disposition"; "intractable pain"; "the most intractable issue of our era"; "intractable metal"
2.uncontrollable - of personsuncontrollable - of persons; "the little boy's parents think he is spirited, but his teacher finds him unruly"
difficult, unmanageable - hard to control; "a difficult child", "an unmanageable situation"
3.uncontrollable - incapable of being controlled or managed; "uncontrollable children"; "an uncorrectable habit"
incorrigible - impervious to correction by punishment
4.uncontrollable - impossible to repress or controluncontrollable - impossible to repress or control; "an irrepressible chatterbox"; "uncontrollable laughter"
uncontrolled - not being under control; out of control; "the greatest uncontrolled health problem is AIDS"; "uncontrolled growth"

uncontrollable

adjective
1. unmanageable, violent, strong, wild, mad, furious, frantic, irresistible, carried away, unruly, irrepressible, ungovernable, beside yourself, like one possessed When he lost his temper, he was uncontrollable.
2. violent, wild, unruly, unmanageable, ungovernable The situation could become uncontrollable.

uncontrollable

adjective
Translations
nezadržitelný
ukontrollabel
hallitsematon
neobuzdan
制御できない
통제할 수 없는
okontrollerad
ที่ควบคุมไม่ได้
không thể kiềm chế

uncontrollable

[ˈʌnkənˈtrəʊləbl] ADJ
1. (= irrepressible) [rage, desire] → incontenible, incontrolable; [urge] → irrefrenable, incontenible; [laughter] → incontenible
2. (= involuntary) [movement, spasm] → incontrolable
3. (= unmanageable) [person, animal, situation] → incontrolable; [car, boat, aeroplane] → fuera de control

uncontrollable

[ˌʌnkənˈtrəʊləbəl] adj
[emotion, urge, rage, laughter] → incontrôlable
[child, dog] → incontrôlable
[situation, events] → incontrôlable

uncontrollable

adjunkontrollierbar; childnicht zu bändigend attr, → nicht zu bändigen pred; car, boat, aeroplane, horse, dognicht unter Kontrolle zu bringend attr, → nicht unter Kontrolle zu bringen pred; rage, laughter, mirthunbezähmbar; desire, urgeunbezwinglich, unwiderstehlich; (physical) → unkontrollierbar; twitchunkontrolliert; the epidemic is now uncontrollabledie Epidemie ist nicht mehr unter Kontrolle zu bekommen; to become uncontrollableaußer Kontrolle geraten; to have an uncontrollable temperunbeherrscht sein

uncontrollable

[ˌʌnkənˈtrəʊləbl] adj (desire, epidemic) → incontrollabile; (child) → indisciplinato/a; (laughter) → irrefrenabile; (temper, reaction) → incontrollato/a

uncontrollable

لا يـُمْكِنُ التَّحَكُّمُ فيه nezadržitelný ukontrollabel unkontrollierbar ανεξέλεγκτος incontrolable hallitsematon incontrôlable neobuzdan incontrollabile 制御できない 통제할 수 없는 onbeheerst ukontrollerbar nieposkromiony incontrolável неуправляемый okontrollerad ที่ควบคุมไม่ได้ kontrol edilemez không thể kiềm chế 无法控制的
References in classic literature ?
He was beset by ideas and in the throes of one of his ideas was uncontrollable.
David began to utter sounds that would have shocked his delicate organs in more wakeful moments; in short, all but Hawkeye and the Mohicans lost every idea of consciousness, in uncontrollable drowsiness.
Then suddenly, as if obeying an uncontrollable impulse, he crushed it like a flower again and again against his burning lips, and darted away.
In the little chaos of Pearl's character there might be seen emerging and could have been from the very first -- the steadfast principles of an unflinching courage -- an uncontrollable will -- sturdy pride, which might be disciplined into self-respect -- and a bitter scorn of many things which, when examined, might be found to have the taint of falsehood in them.
And then all were gone, and the mourners went back to the place which should know her no more; and Marie's room was darkened, and she lay on the bed, sobbing and moaning in uncontrollable grief, and calling every moment for the attentions of all her servants.
He got on to the bed, and wrenched open the lattice, bursting, as he pulled at it, into an uncontrollable passion of tears.
It seemed actually like the laughter of young things, the uncontrollable laughter of children who were trying not to be heard but who in a moment or so--as their excitement mounted--would burst forth.
The uncontrollable and hopeless mass of decomposition so engendered, would have polluted the air, even if poverty and deprivation had not loaded it with their intangible impurities; the two bad sources combined made it almost insupportable.
De Bracy was the first to break silence by an uncontrollable fit of laughter, wherein he was joined, though with more moderation, by the Templar.
Dorian Gray glanced at the picture, and suddenly an uncontrollable feeling of hatred for Basil Hallward came over him, as though it had been suggested to him by the image on the canvas, whispered into his ear by those grinning lips.
More business he demanded, and more, and more, until his captains, like a thirty-horse team of galloping horses, became very nearly uncontrollable.
ALTHOUGH I am of opinion that there would be no real danger of the consequences which seem to be apprehended to the State governments from a power in the Union to control them in the levies of money, because I am persuaded that the sense of the people, the extreme hazard of provoking the resentments of the State governments, and a conviction of the utility and necessity of local administrations for local purposes, would be a complete barrier against the oppressive use of such a power; yet I am willing here to allow, in its full extent, the justness of the reasoning which requires that the individual States should possess an independent and uncontrollable authority to raise their own revenues for the supply of their own wants.