unrestrainable

unrestrainable

(ˌʌnrɪˈstreɪnəbəl)
adj
not able to be restrained or hindered
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Weyrother evidently felt himself to be at the head of a movement that had already become unrestrainable. He was like a horse running downhill harnessed to a heavy cart.
In general, he toddled around the kitchen all day with a lean and hungry look--the portion of the family's allowance that fell to him was not enough, and he was unrestrainable in his demand for more.
She would have been distressed at any time by this discovery of the letters; but so much so, and in that unrestrainable way?
potentially confusing blends of manliness and masculinity, self-mastery and unrestrainable passion, refinement and savagery, by rooting them all in 'civilization's' larger narrative of millennial advancement toward a higher race and perfect manhood" (1995, 218).
2015 saw One Step Away and The Taking of Tiger Mountains move steps further--the former revealed a communist spy's failure to reconcile his strong revulsion to political missions with his unrestrainable impulsion to sexually torture an innocent woman.
Unrestrainable spokespersons have already spluttered out that our present Constitution is built on Western premises, not on the Indian dharmic value-system.
Subjecting federal and state laws to such an unrestrained and unrestrainable judicial control as to the wisdom of legislative enactments would...jeopardize the separation of governmental powers that the Framers set up and at the same time threaten to take away much of the power of States to govern themselves which the Constitution plainly intended them to have."); see also LARRY D.
In the period following the Vietnam War humiliation it seemed that the Soviet Union was practically unrestrainable. It was deploying mobile theater nuclear-weapons systems in Europe while Cuban troops, acting as an arm of Soviet power projection, were fighting in Africa.
There are symptoms of unrestrainable activity during the spring terms resembling a manic or mixed episode with increased alcohol use, which at times results in severe intoxication crises.
Superior Court, 606 P.2d 362, 364 (1980) (characterizing the public trust right as "illimitable and unrestrainable and incapable of individual exclusive appropriation") (internal quotation marks omitted); Marks, 491 P.2d 374 (1971) (recognizing the public trust doctrine as a matter "of great public importance").
Less than three weeks before the September 21, 2014 Al Houthis gains in Sana'a, Hussain Shariatmadari wrote in the Iranian daily Kayhan: "The Islamic revolution underway in Yemen is an exalted and unrestrainable move that will lead to the collapse of the Al Saud regime and remove from this medieval regime -- which has since its inception operated as a regional base for the forces of the arrogance [i.e.