ungoverned


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ungoverned

(ʌnˈɡʌvənd)
adj
without control or restraint
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.ungoverned - not restrained or controlledungoverned - not restrained or controlled; "unbridled rage"; "an unchecked temper"; "ungoverned rage"
unrestrained - not subject to restraint; "unrestrained laughter"
2.ungoverned - lacking in discipline or controlungoverned - lacking in discipline or control; "undisciplined behavior"; "ungoverned youth"
uncontrolled - not being under control; out of control; "the greatest uncontrolled health problem is AIDS"; "uncontrolled growth"

ungoverned

adjective
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covetousness bursts the bag,' and the covetous governor does ungoverned justice.
As the duel continued I began to gain confidence, for, to be perfectly candid, I had not expected to survive the first rush of that monstrous engine of ungoverned rage and hatred.
How different it was to be from the loose ungoverned part I had acted before, and how much happier a life of virtue and sobriety is, than that which we call a life of pleasure.
I answered I was afraid of it when I left them there, and nothing troubled me at my parting from the island but that they were not come back, that I might have put them in possession of everything first, and left the others in a state of subjection, as they deserved; but if they had reduced them to it I was very glad, and should be very far from finding any fault with it; for I knew they were a parcel of refractory, ungoverned villains, and were fit for any manner of mischief.
They were in all three weeks absent; and in that time, unluckily for them, I had the occasion offered for my escape, as I mentioned in the other part, and to get off from the island, leaving three of the most impudent, hardened, ungoverned, disagreeable villains behind me that any man could desire to meet with--to the poor Spaniards' great grief and disappointment.
In short, there was in this family a peculiar tradition as to what was the right thing in household management and social demeanor, and the only bitter circumstance attending this superiority was a painful inability to approve the condiments or the conduct of families ungoverned by the Dodson tradition.
If left ungoverned, cloud adoption presents a significant risk to any enterprise, particularly those companies operating in regulated sectors.
The West should have been experienced enough to realize that dethroning Gadhafi would lead -- as it has done -- to a power vacuum soon replaced with armed tribal groups, hoping to simultaneously protect themselves, and reap some of the benefits of this newly ungoverned state.
Toner said Kerry did consider the rapid growth of groups like Daesh, particularly in ungoverned spaces, an existential threat.
Ungoverned because Gaddafi had been deposed by Cameron's airstrikes, leading to a power vacuum and civil war.
To date, INLPakistan has constructed over 650 kilometers of roads in the FATA, which has resulted in increased access for police to ungoverned areas and enabled Pakistan law enforcement and development specialists to engage in areas that were previously inaccessible.
But of course what we face in Libya is a very difficult situation with far too many armed militias, without a proper government and with the growth of ungoverned space, and we've had the appalling events of the last few days with the brutal, senseless murders of Coptic Christians on the beach, which I know has shocked the whole world.