untamable

untamable

(ʌnˈteɪməbəl) or

untameable

adj
(of an animal or person) not capable of being tamed, subdued, or made obedient
Translations

untamable

untameable [ˈʌnˈteɪməbl] ADJindomable

untam(e)able

adj animalunzähmbar; (fig)unbezähmbar, nicht zu bändigen pred
References in classic literature ?
His brows were drawn, his cheek flushed, and there was a mad sparkle in his eyes which spoke of a wild, untamable nature.
Let him be to thee for ever a sort of beautiful enemy, untamable, devoutly revered, and not a trivial conveniency to be soon outgrown and cast aside.
She thought marriage would domesticate him, but sometimes you just can't tame the untamable.
Redford portrays untamable and aloof hunter/adventurer Denys Finch Hatton, who engages in a steamy, ill-fated affair with plantation-owning baroness Karen Blixen (Meryl Streep).
Financial analysts said a widening fiscal deficit and untamable inflation are behind the fall in the rupee.
Northeast, was the epicenter of consuming and untamable insurgency.
It is the untamable past that electrifies Gordon's essays, from his brilliant disquisitions on scholars from F.W.
Below, black grille vanes are added to the already darkened grille surround of Black Badge, underlying the sinister, untamable nature of Adamas.
No one who doesn't live under a rock will ever see Pakistani women as anything but bold, feisty, incredibly articulate and untamable. The soil of Swat, bubbling over with conservatism, produced this incredible girl.
Rationalists may declare with certitude the unstoppable, onward march of reason to the 'omega of human evolution,' but immortal myths and facts on the ground tell a more convincing story of an untamable animal spirit that drives human thought and action: the lust for adventure, the inordinate appetite for fighting, hurting, and dominating others - in short, the desire for mate, love, revenge, power and glory.
It's not bound by reason, but is wild and untamable which makes it so dangerous to ordered minds or societies.