verb (used with object)
- contagious granular conjunctivitis,
- contagious magic,
- contagious stomatitis,
- container car,
- container garden,
- container ship
Origin of contain
Examples from the Web for uncontainable
Jimmy Fallon's uncontainable glee is a welcome respite from late night's usual smarm and snark, but that's Fallon's thing.Seth Meyers Gets Off to a Rocky Start on 'Late Night'|Kevin Fallon|February 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And more than ever, they race around the world unimpeded by national boundaries and uncontainable by central banks.
Uncontainable passion is not just a major preoccupation of the archetype, it's the bedrock.
- to be a multiple of, leaving no remainder6 contains 2 and 3
- to have as a subset
Word Origin for contain
late 13c., from Old French contein-, stem of contenir, from Latin continere (transitive) "to hold together, enclose," from com- "together" (see com-) + tenere "to hold" (see tenet). Related: Containable.