uncontrollable


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difficult to solve or alleviate

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incapable of being controlled or managed

impossible to repress or control

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And then the moment came, the uncontrollable moment when the sounds forgot to hush themselves.
He was beset by ideas and in the throes of one of his ideas was uncontrollable.
Then suddenly, as if obeying an uncontrollable impulse, he crushed it like a flower again and again against his burning lips, and darted away.
And then all were gone, and the mourners went back to the place which should know her no more; and Marie's room was darkened, and she lay on the bed, sobbing and moaning in uncontrollable grief, and calling every moment for the attentions of all her servants.
De Bracy was the first to break silence by an uncontrollable fit of laughter, wherein he was joined, though with more moderation, by the Templar.
Dorian Gray glanced at the picture, and suddenly an uncontrollable feeling of hatred for Basil Hallward came over him, as though it had been suggested to him by the image on the canvas, whispered into his ear by those grinning lips.
And yet, notwithstanding this want of respect, he felt an uncontrollable passion for this woman boiling in his veins--passion drunk with contempt; but passion or thirst, as the reader pleases.
Madame de Villefort uttered a wild cry, and a hideous and uncontrollable terror spread over her distorted features.
Summary: New Delhi [India], November 8 (ANI): National Conference (NC) president Farooq Abdullah on Wednesday said that the situation in Jammu and Kashmir would become uncontrollable if Article 370 gets repealed.
He this uncontrollable What gives this three-part story an He's and it out' t edge is you're never sure if he's evil or just sad.
Uncontrollable uses the rise and fall of the CNT as the jump-off point for a fast-paced, subterranean history of the twentieth century, incorporating the horrors of totalitarianism and the hippified protest of Dutch provos.
The authors analyze four properties of performance measures: controllable risk, uncontrollable risk, distortion, and manipulability.
Working smarter means learning to differentiate between controllable and uncontrollable situations.
TS causes uncontrollable body movements or sometimes repeating words, sounds, or phrases over and over.
Like the uncontrollable funeral giggles that befall the book's protagonist during her fathers burial, Jokes and the Unconscious straddles that all-too-thin line between life's humor and its horrors.