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uncontrolled

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuncontrolledun‧con‧trolled /ˌʌnkənˈtrəʊld◂ $ -ˈtroʊld◂/ adjective  EMOTIONALuncontrolled emotions or behaviour continue because you are not trying to stop them uncontrolled weeping
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uncontrolledHe was breathless and moving at high speed, but there was nothing agitated or uncontrolled about him.uncontrolled capitalismOne keeps coughing, in uncontrolled, dying spasms.It is a very uncontrolled environment.This is not wild, uncontrolled nature, but greenery as artifice and symbol.Taking controlled deep breaths will calm you down and get you into a more relaxed rhythm rather than a state of uncontrolled panic.Their dangerous, uncontrolled sexuality is destined to be muted by the life-long practice of inhuman austerities and self-denial.uncontrolled violence
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