Meaning of uncontrollableness in English:


Pronunciation /ˌʌnkənˈtrəʊləb(ə)lnəs/


See uncontrollable

‘As background factors, graveness, uncontrollableness and repeated history of grand attack are frequently seen.’
  • ‘The particular risk of biological agents, when used as weapons, is their extreme uncontrollableness.’
  • ‘Given their unpredictableness and their uncontrollableness, all there is left is recovery.’
  • ‘I can't accept that their intensity is itself a result of the shattering, although I have no problem believing that their uncontrollableness is.’
  • ‘She is able to talk about the beauty in women in such a way that distorts it into a kind of straight jacket of insanity and uncontrollableness.’