Definition of 'ungovernable'
Example sentences containing 'ungovernable'
Tex stared down at the scarlet furrow that had appeared on his forearm and was filled with an ungovernable rage.THE FIVE MILLION DOLLAR PRINCE (1977)
Let me know if you feel an ungovernable urge to dress up in black leather and head for Piccadilly Circus.ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (1977)
Carmen was ungovernable by nature, but at that stage in her life she was still enmeshed in the cobwebs of `what will people say.THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES (1977)
Too many thoughts, too many emotions, all of them ungovernable.THE THORN BIRDS (1977)
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