Meaning of ungovernability in English:

ungovernability

Pronunciation /ʌnɡʌv(ə)nəˈbɪlɪti/

noun

See ungovernable

‘The character's professional success, however, is a denial of the very assumption on which this entire genre rests: the wayward ungovernability of romantic fate.’
  • ‘As of more than 20 days ago the Venezuelan people lead a National Civic Strike with the purpose of demanding a democratic solution to the current state of ungovernability.’
  • ‘I want to appeal to all people of the Eastern Cape to avoid anything that would create an impression that we promote anarchy or ungovernability in the department.’
  • ‘It was the ungovernability of the South that convinced him that there was no alternative to administrative centralization.’
  • ‘He continued, ‘This situation of ungovernability will not be allowed to continue.’’