uncontainable

uncontainable

(ˌʌnkənˈteɪnəbəl)
adj
unrestricted or not able to be contained
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Nature, uncontainable, flowing, forelooking, in the first sentiment of kindness anticipates already a benevolence which shall lose all particular regards in its general light.
I don't want to stop because I love the sport,' she said, her train of thought interrupted by an uncontainable sob.
What she refers to as "depth readings" of Bleak House do not allow us to appreciate the way the novel itself eschews depth in order to recall its middle-class readers to the urban poverty they have lost the ability to "see." The novel is like the open houses of Leckie's title, interpenetrated by differently classed narrative voices, uncontainable relationships, and recurring, overlapping themes of openness and enclosure.
The uncontainable De Bruyne deserved his goal at the death.
My joy was uncontainable. My six-year-old heart was dancing, prancing, levitating.
But the backbone of the movie is getting to watch how this rough beast of a man begins to learn patience, tenderness, and responsibility as he tries to care for this proud, uncontainable animal.
Her Heavy Flow, which perhaps is her most widely known and became a recurring strip in itself after its 1989 debut, shows Julie transforming into a raging monster after discovering an empty Tampax box and an uncontainable period.
The report notes that achieving the goal of keeping global warming below 1.5 degrees, which is the maximum acceptable limit to avoid uncontainable natural disasters that threaten human existence itself, requires a rapid transition to clean and renewable energy sources.
Son implies "begotten," or coming forth from, and Spirit suggests pervasiveness, something that has an origin but is uncontainable. Each of these names tells us something about the nature of each person of the Trinity while highlighting their intimate relationships.
Stubblefield proved again he is virtually uncontainable in the open floor.