Definition of 'unmanageable'
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Maybe the Met has simply become too unmanageable. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Big, unmanageable hair isn't only for summer heat. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Two decades of shark conservation efforts in the area are producing an increasingly unmanageable situation. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Adding to this a diversity of businesses makes the company unmanageable. MANAGEMENT: task, responsibilities, practices (1974)It made running the house almost unmanageable. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The political bill for a swollen public sector will grow as the financial bill becomes unmanageable. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The reality is that the situation is unmanageable. Times, Sunday Times (2011)That had forced them into taking on unmanageable debt. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The house becomes unmanageable and she moves to a bungalow. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Some councils are already finding the situation unmanageable. Times, Sunday Times (2010)About two and a half million are reckoned to be floundering in unmanageable debt. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Having a few hundred pounds outstanding can soon become unmanageable as interest charges pile up. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Like a garden your problems need to be tended if they are not to become tangled and unmanageable. Why Am I Afraid to be Assertive? (1994)Looks sleek and diffuser was good for unmanageable, curly hair. The Sun (2007)The book now swells to almost unmanageable bulk, but with inevitable casualties. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Sales plummeted and the company's debts became unmanageable. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Game collapsed after running out of cash, leaving it with an unmanageable pile of debts. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Greece is still teetering on the brink of bankruptcy, with an unmanageable debt mountain ahead of it. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Yet the very size of the projects too often makes them unmanageable and means only a handful of companies can compete to deliver them. Times, Sunday Times (2009)With the invention of the credit card, unmanageable debt is as easy as a magnetic swipe and a signature. Christianity Today (2000)When people contact us with unmanageable debt problems, it is rare for them to have just one payday loan. The Sun (2013)He might become more unmanageable. Middlemarch (1872)So when they decided that their family home had become unmanageable because of their age, they wanted to stay near by. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Two German destroyers now attacked the almost unmanageable Edinburgh. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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