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unmanageable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunmanageableun‧man‧age‧a‧ble /ʌnˈmænɪdʒəbəl/ adjective  CONTROL#difficult to control or deal with
Examples from the Corpus
unmanageableIt is not viable to create agenda items which partners will find irrelevant or unmanageable.Recently resigned City Manager Michael Brown called them all but unmanageable.It would require testing of the entire population which is unnecessary, unmanageable and costly.Counselors are also available to help patients with ongoing issues that may have become unmanageable as a result of their illness.His behaviour was becoming unmanageable at home.If either is unmanageable it will create stress and lead to mistakes and delays.Censors were having to deal with an unmanageable number of publications.Of course after that they were more insistent and unmanageable than ever.
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