Definition of unmanageable in English:

unmanageable

Line breaks: un|man¦age|able
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈmanɪdʒəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

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unmanageableness

noun
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  • Under such management, the rod may come to be the only alternative to absolute unmanageableness and anarchy.
  • In such cases there is a history of unmanageableness at home, and, if the child is old enough, at school, of running away, destructiveness, lying, and very often pilfering in the home.
  • The unmanageableness came from the size of the family.

unmanageably

adverb
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  • This advantage has naturally allowed China to liberalize faster and spend more on urban renewal, improvements in infrastructure, and tourism development without worrying about its trade deficits growing unmanageably large.
  • Robb's admirable determination to make ‘Europe’ mean more than ‘Britain and a variety of continental holiday destinations’ in fact makes his remit unmanageably wide.
  • Here, single hillsides are known by a dozen names, each broken down into unmanageably small plots based on only minuscule differences in soil composition or their angle to the midday sun.

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