uncurbed


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Adj.1.uncurbed - not restrained or controlleduncurbed - not restrained or controlled; "unbridled rage"; "an unchecked temper"; "ungoverned rage"
unrestrained - not subject to restraint; "unrestrained laughter"
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The senior physician warned that this death toll was expected to rise to 10 million per year by the year 2025 if the tobacco epidemic continues uncurbed.
The senior physician warned that this death toll was expected to rise to 10 million per year by the year 2025 if the tobacco epidemic continues uncurbed. "The horrifying impact of tobacco use in Pakistan is made apparent by the fact that smoking killed 166,000 people in 2018 alone," said Prof Javaid A Khan.
'Despite informing the customs chief collector, including several authorities in writing, the trade remains uncurbed.'
In a situation of uncurbed deprivation and hunger spontaneous popular revolts should only be expected.
'We have much to learn from the Buddha, who taught us a 'Middle Way' between sensual indulgence and uncurbed asceticism.
The need to limit the epistemic relevance of possible disagreement through a peerhood requirement is suggested by the potentially devastating effects of combining an uncurbed epistemic relevance of possible disagreement with a concessive view, as suggested in the following example.
But like most island-communities across the globe, Penghu-considered among 'The Most Beautiful Bays in the World (MBBW)'-is threatened by climate change and uncurbed pollution.
The City defender, along with Aymeric Laporte, had just kept the Premier League's most potent forward line quiet, at last, and his was an expression of uncurbed satisfaction in the Anfield tunnel as he gave his verdict in a television interview with Sky's Geoff Shreeves.
In the lead up to the relaunch, Paul Ehrlich has again warned of a "near-certain collapse of civilization" if population and overconsumption of resources are left uncurbed. The planet, in his view, is already in excess of 5.6 billion people, while the "optimum population" that it can sustain is 1.5 to 2 billion people.
ISLAMABAD -- The power division has formulated a proposal to resuscitate disbanded Pakistan Electric Power Company (PEPCO), which targets to controlling uncurbed power distribution companies and enact prompt decision making.
Contrast this with their villainy and uncurbed bloodlust and you have a horror story which almost outdoes the monstrosities of the great classical tragedies, Oedipus Rex, the Oresteia and so on.
Suggestively, Bachelard remarks that "in the wardrobe there exists a center of order that protects the entire house against uncurbed disorder" (79).