uncontrolled

  • 1 uncontrolled — index autonomous (independent), capricious, disorderly, drunk, exempt, impulsive (rash), indepen …

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  • 2 uncontrolled — (adj.) 1510s, from UN (Cf. un ) (1) not + pp. of CONTROL (Cf. control) (v.) …

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  • 3 uncontrolled — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ not controlled …

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  • 4 uncontrolled — [spelling only] …

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  • 5 uncontrolled — [[t]ʌ̱nkəntro͟ʊld[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED: ADJ n, ADJ after v, v link ADJ If you describe someone s behaviour as uncontrolled, you mean they appear unable to stop it or to make it less extreme. His uncontrolled behavior disturbed the entire class...… …

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  • 6 uncontrolled — un·con·trolled .ən kən trōld adj 1) not being under control <uncontrolled hypertension> 2) not incorporating suitable experimental controls <uncontrolled drug trials> …

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  • 7 uncontrolled — un|con|trolled [ˌʌnkənˈtrəuld US ˈtrould] adj uncontrolled emotions or behaviour continue because you are not trying to stop them ▪ uncontrolled weeping …

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  • 8 uncontrolled — un|con|trolled [ ,ʌnkən trould ] adjective * continuing without being stopped or controlled, especially in a way that you do not approve of: the rapid and uncontrolled growth of cities The situation deteriorated into an uncontrolled struggle for… …

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  • 9 uncontrolled — adjective uncontrolled emotions or behaviour continue because you are not trying to stop or control them: uncontrolled weeping …

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  • 10 uncontrolled */ — UK [ˌʌnkənˈtrəʊld] / US [ˌʌnkənˈtroʊld] adjective continuing without being stopped or controlled, especially in a way that you do not approve of the rapid and uncontrolled growth of cities The situation deteriorated into an uncontrolled struggle… …

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  • 11 uncontrolled — adj. Uncontrolled is used with these nouns: ↑expansion, ↑immigration …

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  • 12 uncontrolled — /ʌnkənˈtroʊld/ (say unkuhn trohld) adjective showing no signs of inhibition; unrestrained: uncontrolled violence …

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  • 13 uncontrolled — adj. * * * …

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  • 14 uncontrolled — adjective not controlled …

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  • 15 uncontrolled — Synonyms and related words: abandoned, adrift, afloat, alternating, amorphous, bibulous, boisterous, capricious, changeable, changeful, crapulent, crapulous, desultory, deviable, disobedient, dizzy, eccentric, erratic, excessive, extravagant,… …

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  • 16 uncontrolled — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. open, clear, free, unchecked, unhindered, boundless, ungoverned, unsuppressed, limitless, untrammeled, unbridled, unfettered, unobstructed, independent, unburdened, unbounded, unhampered, unlimited, uncurbed,… …

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  • 17 uncontrolled — adj. not controlled, unchecked, unhindered …

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  • 18 uncontrolled — adjective not controlled. Derivatives uncontrolledly adverb …

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  • 19 uncontrolled — un·con·trolled …

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  • 20 uncontrolled — [ˌʌnkənˈtrəʊld] adj continuing without being controlled or stopped …

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