uncontrolled

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[ UK /ʌnkəntɹˈə‍ʊld/ ]
[ US /ˌənkənˈtɹoʊɫd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not being under control; out of control
    uncontrolled growth
    the greatest uncontrolled health problem is AIDS
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How To Use uncontrolled In A Sentence

  • As the student's uniforms are traded for spears and war paint, the innocent boys devolve into uncontrolled, bloodthirsty hunters and ultimately, savages intent on killing the "beast".
  • If they dethaw in an uncontrolled manner, they could send a flood of natural gas to the top of the ocean surface and potentially ignite. Reuters: Top News
  • uncontrolled growth
  • In a bunt, the aircraft experiences a rapid, uncontrolled, tight forward pitching rotation.
  • Charging based on traffic to different (uncontrolled by the customer!) endpoints is just an invitation to both rent seeking and monetary denial of service attacks by third parties. The Volokh Conspiracy » The FCC and the Internet:
  • Another concern was the problem of uncontrolled importations of exotic species.
  • If that is true, when taxpayers who want to keep their hard-earned money are compared to politicians who want to take it from them to feed their uncontrolled spending, whose appetite better warrants the word insatiable? '
  • Stagger and stumble suggest unsteady or uncontrolledmovement.
  • A rod cluster control assembly(RCCA) withdrawal accident is defined as an uncontrolled addition of reactivity to the reactor core caused by withdrawal of RCCA's resulting in a power excursion.
  • Is social media a peculiarly female phenomenon as it is uncontrolled + unhierarchical? euan semple @womenintech soc media event # SQHQ» Blog Archive » Twitter Digest for 2010-03-15
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