ungovernable

All Adjective
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  • But now they became quite ungovernable, both when on march and within their camp. Cited from The History of Rome; Vol II, Books 9 to 26, by Titus Livius
  • We could look into their camp and see that their artillery horses were ungovernable. Cited from Slavery and Four Years of War, Vol. 1-2, by Joseph Warren Keifer
  • At last his passion became ungovernable, and he determined to carry her off by force. Cited from Strange Pages from Family Papers, by T. F. Thiselton Dyer
  • That's how far money and an ungovernable passion can lead a man. Cited from Vanguards of the Plains, by Margaret McCarter
  • How is he able to protect me against the blind and ungovernable forces of nature? Cited from A Voyage to Arcturus, by David Lindsay
  • They say you lost a great race by being ungovernable. Cited from Baldy of Nome, by Esther Birdsall Darling
  • They can make the country ungovernable, and keep an English army occupied in watching them. Cited from Reviews, by Oscar Wilde
  • Perhaps that was ungovernable tradition returning to its work within her. Cited from Bella Donna, by Robert Hichens
  • As he came within sight of her face, he stopped in ungovernable astonishment. Cited from Armadale, by Wilkie Collins
  • I do not remember a time when my mind was in such a state of ungovernable emotion. Cited from The House of Martha, by Frank R. Stockton
  • I feel an ungovernable interest about my horses, my pigs, and my plants. Cited from Sydney Smith, by George W. E. Russell
  • Now that the thing was over his spirits were rapidly becoming ungovernable. Cited from The Woman in Black, by Edmund Clerihew Bentley
  • She did not know yet that his act had been ungovernable and that he had not known what he was doing till too late. Cited from Wildfire, by Zane Grey
  • I stopped him without ceremony; I felt an ungovernable curiosity to know more. Cited from The Dead Alive, by Wilkie Collins
  • Her ungovernable temper and her fear of nothing were well known. Cited from Madame Flirt, by Charles E. Pearce
  • He was a very talented young man, but very ungovernable in his feelings. Cited from The Mystery of Metropolisville, by Edward Eggleston
  • The vehicle became quite ungovernable; the velocity increased as it ran down hill. Cited from Richard Lovell Edgeworth, by Richard Lovell Edgeworth
  • The cause of this sudden and ungovernable exclamation can be no other than a woman. Cited from The Young Duke, by Benjamin Disraeli
  • It is the bringing of all our wild and ungovernable passions under control. Cited from A Practical Directory for Young Christian Females, by Harvey Newcomb
  • When the fiery and ungovernable passion falls upon us, it finds the train ready laid. Cited from Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, No. 376, February 1847, Vol. 61
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