untamable

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untamable

(ʌnˈteɪməbəl) or

untameable

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

untameable [ˈʌnˈteɪməbl] ADJindomable
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untam(e)able

adj animalunzähmbar; (fig)unbezähmbar, nicht zu bändigen pred
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References in classic literature ?
Their sister soon despaired of making the smallest impression on them; they were quite untameable by any means of address which she had spirits or time to attempt.
Down the small concrete steps, a shoulder of rocks slope, where you can sit in audience of an untameable giant, of sea and wind.
We enter this period skateboarding world through the sloe-eyed viewpoint of Stevie (a winningly vulnerable Sunny Suljic), a 13-year-old with a face of angelic innocence hiding under a wild, untameable mane.
The Administration feels that the intellectuals who promote them should be tamed; if untameable, eliminated.
After another gloriously unpredictable goal just a fortnight after his Arsenal wonderstrike, Evertonians were lauding a precocious force of nature, a man-boy who looked capable of beating any opposition on his own, of winning trophies purely thanks to his own untameable ability.
After another gloriously unpredictable goal just a fortnight after his Arsenal wonder-strike, Evertonians were lauding a precocious force of nature - a man-boy who looked capable of beating any opposition on his own, of winning trophies purely thanks to his own untameable ability.
After another gloriously unpredictable goal just a fortnight after his Arsenal wonder-strike, Evertonians were lauding a precocious force of nature, a man-boy who looked capable of beating any opposition on his own, of winning trophies purely thanks to his own untameable ability.
Little tufts of blonde hair started growing on Taylor's head when she was five months old and these seemingly untameable clumps continued to grow outwards as time went on.
Drawing inspiration from the name, meaning 'untameable', 'invincible' and also 'diamond', the Collective celebrates the darker side of contemporary craftsmanship, expertly weaving a dark aesthetic of unbreakable carbon structures into just 40 Black Badge Wraiths and 30 Black Badge Dawns.
Drawing inspiration from the name, meaning 'untameable', 'invincible' and also 'diamond', the Collective celebrate the darker side of contemporary craftsmanship, expertly weaving a dark aesthetic of unbreakable carbon structures into just 40 Black Badge Wraiths and 30 Black Badge Dawns.
Twenty-five centuries of history suggest that Afghanistan is as close to ungovernable, untameable, as any land on Earth.