from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not under control, discipline, or governance.
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- adj. not controlled
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not controlled or governed; free.
- Not yielding to restraint; uncontrollable.
- Not disproved; not refuted.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not being under control; out of control
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In his interview, Crooke took a swipe – of course – at what he called the uncontrolled collateral damage visited upon civilians in Gaza by the Israelis.
The only thing King Obama has done is to sink this country in uncontrolled spending.
Contact us immediately if your child experiences any of the following: fever higher than 101° Fahrenheit pain uncontrolled by over-the-counter pain medication swelling or redness at the needle-insertion site bleeding or discharge (such as pus) from the needle-insertion site
Reports are that the bulk of sales are to Prime Minister Gordon Brown, currently smashing three phones a week in uncontrolled rages.
The problem with recreational use is that it usually happens in uncontrolled situations with no serious purposeful agenda other than to get "high."
Suttles: I think what's been clear is that we have demonstrated that we can contain uncontrolled flow in this particular well ....
I don't think anyone would want to be in uncontrolled pain or atrificial life-support for very long.
Suddenly, there was an explosion, and I was heading toward the ground in uncontrolled flight.
He sacrifices the neatness of the room, to be sure, to his vegetable loves; for he waters them every morning with soap-suds, which stream about in uncontrolled meanders.
He has diastolic congestive heart failure (CHF) from his long-term uncontrolled hypertension (HTN).