Definition of untameable in English:

untameable

Line breaks: un|tame¦able
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈteɪməb(ə)l
 
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(also untamable)

adjective

1(Of an animal) not capable of being domesticated: an untameable cat
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  • Then the gruesome guard threw me into my stall as if I were an untamable beast.
  • One by one the crowd was released, sometimes rushing like untameable animals, speaking quickly in hurried, excited tones as they offered things to be signed, taking pictures of us and with us.
  • Over the last century, writers like Rudyard Kipling and moviemakers like Walt Disney have given almost human qualities to what in real life are wild and untamable animals.
1.1Not capable of being controlled: her untameable mop of thick black hair
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  • But the vast and untamable character of infinity means that, whatever their claims, neither religious nor secular philosophies can offer us a total or exhaustive interpretation.
  • Now, I had to figure out what to do with my evil, cruel, untameable, bird's nest black hair.
  • Animals may represent the dreamer's instincts or other wild, untameable forces.

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