Perhaps some men so die—I do not know; it were better than to live, and to bore their friends with the insuppressible.
"Vicar has his butter fra Brown's by rights," said the insuppressible servant-woman.
The insuppressible alertness and enterprise of his own mind tells upon his portrayal of these intense moments.
Kid was a witty man, usually overflowing with innocent mirth; even in sight of the gallows his humor was insuppressible.
At that, in an insuppressible gush of happiness I laughed out with him, like a flageolet in a concourse of bassoons.
insuppressible, in-sup-pres′i-bl, adj. not to be suppressed or concealed.