adj.incapable of being controlled or managed
○ uncontrollable children
○ an uncorrectable habit
adj.difficult to solve or alleviate
an uncontrollable urge for a chocolate bar
An uncontrollable impulse to start fires.
The manic-depressive has alternating moods of black depression and wild, uncontrollable exaltation or excitability
He got on to the bed, and wrenched open the lattice, bursting, AS he pulled at it, into an uncontrollable pASsion of tears
The markets threatened to go into free fall and we came within an eyelash of.an uncontrollable panic(Felix Rohatyn)
He was in one of his uncontrollable Furies.
The discouraging state of affairs filled him with an uncontrollable feeling of deep sorrow, and his pent-up emotion HAD to find a vent
There is an uncontrollable note of fear in her voice.
The wink with which the lad of Cyllene accompanied this asseveration threw Jupiter into uncontrollable roars of laughter
A few days later coughing precipitated a second attack of uncontrollable jerking of the left arm, but consciousness was maintained.