unmanageably


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un·man·age·a·ble

 (ŭn-măn′ĭ-jə-bəl)
adj.
1. Difficult or impossible to manage or control: unmanageable traffic congestion.
2. Difficult to carry or maneuver; unwieldy: unmanageable bundles.

un·man′age·a·bil′i·ty n.
un·man′age·a·bly adv.

unmanageably

(ʌnˈmænɪdʒəblɪ)
adv
in a way that is unmanageable, or to an unmanageable extent
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.unmanageably - so as to be unmanageableunmanageably - so as to be unmanageable; "`This house is unmanageably large,' she complained"
manageably - so as to be manageable; "this house is manageably small"
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Another has the toothache: the carpenter out pincers, and clapping one hand upon his bench bids him be seated there; but the poor fellow unmanageably winces under the unconcluded operation; whirling round the handle of his wooden vice, the carpenter signs him to clap his jaw in that, if he would have him draw the tooth.
If you weren't counting, that's a 21-swing weight point increase, making the putter unmanageably head-heavy.
President Masisi said he had explained to the international community that elephants in Botswana had become unmanageably large in some areas and the citizen's livelihood were being affected.
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If the ERP system lacks this technical integration capability, the IT environment will become unmanageably complex and the advantages of Industry 4.0 initiatives will not be realised, or only selectively.
So strong is the pent-up demand for their bottom-up or locally focussed approach to what might otherwise seem an unmanageably abstract challenge that they tend to grow faster than they could have imagined on Day One.
In the case of a large pool of candidates or constraints, this task could quickly become unmanageably complex.
As one goes back through many generations, one encounters an unmanageably large manifold of people.
"It inappropriately labels as having GDM an unmanageably large number of women who are at low absolute risk of pregnancy complications."
However, attempting to specify the conditions when a rule such as deficit limits applies risks making treaties unmanageably complex.
A homeowner with significant underwater second mortgage debt, an unmanageably large amount of unsecured debt, and an affordable first mortgage payment would be a best-case scenario for electing chapter 13 relief.
Referring to other police guidance, he said: "If somebody isviolent or unmanageably disruptive, they should be taken to police custody - that sentence standing alone without any thought could be extremely dangerous."