Definition of uncontrolled in English:

uncontrolled

Line breaks: un|con¦trolled
Pronunciation: /ʌnkənˈtrəʊld
 
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adjective

Not controlled: some uncontrolled children rather marred the proceedings in mice, the growth was uncontrolled and resembled cancer
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  • Loss of p53 control leads to uncontrolled growth and is associated with more aggressive tumours.
  • Ravel depicted a culture spinning out on control with uncontrolled kinetic energy.
  • He behaved like a spoiled brat, his power unchecked and uncontrolled.
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uncontrolledly

adverb
More example sentences
  • Near Freder, upon the illuminated mosaic floor, cowered the little drink-mixer, sobbing uncontrolledly.
  • The Skylab example can be used again, since it uncontrolledly re-entered the atmosphere in July of 1979, scattering some 20 tons of debris on Australia and the Indian Ocean.
  • He was standing in front of his mirror, looking at his terrible face with the mustache that had been growing uncontrolledly for already more than three days.

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