Definition of Incontrollable

1. a. Not controllable; uncontrollable.



Definition of Incontrollable

1. Adjective. uncontrollable ¹

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Definition of Incontrollable

1. [adj]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Incontrollable

incontinence of pigment
incontinence of urine
incontinence pad
incontinence pads
incontinences
incontinencies
incontinency
incontinentia
incontinentia pigmenti
incontinentia pigmenti achromians
incontinently
incontracted
incontradictable
incontravertable
incontrollable (current term)
incontrovertibility
incontrovertible
incontrovertibleness
incontrovertibly
inconvenience
inconvenience oneself
inconvenienced
inconveniences
inconveniencies
inconveniencing
inconveniency
inconvenient
inconveniently
inconversable

Literary usage of Incontrollable

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Classical (imaginary) Conversations: Greek, Roman, Modern by Walter Savage Landor, Graeme Mercer Adam (1901)
"incontrollable ! incontrollable ! Indeed the laughter is immoderate. And you all the while are sitting as grave as a judge; I mean a criminal one, ..."

2. Calcutta Review by University of Calcutta (1846)
"... which demands a different course of conduct to be pursued."—Hansard's Debates. Now the incontrollable principle here laid down, is simply this ..."

3. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1873)
"The inconvenience caused by touching the wart is one of intense pain—that of touching the other, one of intense sensibility, attended with an incontrollable ..."

4. The Collected Works of Dr. P. M. Latham by Peter Mere Latham, Robert Martin, Thomas Watson (1878)
"Some died of long-continued and incontrollable diarrhoea, in whom no other morbid appearance was found after death, but a few of these small spots of ..."

5. Materia Medica Pura by Samuel Hahnemann, Robert Ellis Dudgeon (1880)
"He displays incontrollable strength in his fury. [GREDING, 1. c., p. 76. ... Fury.8 [SLOANE, 1. c.—GREDING, pp. 75, 79, 81.] incontrollable frenzy. ..."

6. A Text-book of mental diseases by William Bevan Lewis (1890)
"Or as an incontrollable impulse devoid of motive ; (c. ... incontrollable impulse is another form of morbid activity which reveals itself in the subjects of ..."

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