verb (used with object), con·trolled, con·trol·ling.
Origin of control
Examples from the Web for uncontrolled
It also tolerated an uncontrolled traffic of men and weapons across the long border.
So, the trend of uncontrolled, dangerous alcohol consumption is likely to continue.
The IMF and World Bank had periodically shared their fears with New Delhi about the uncontrolled rise in population levels.
Calling Jim Manzi, author of the new book about the need for public-policy testing, Uncontrolled!
Uncontrolled offers useful advice for navigating a hard-to-know world.
The uncontrolled eccentricities of the matured do so much harm, that it is found necessary to suppress them.The Modern Malady|Cyril Bennett
That piece on the floor is worthless, of course; too many elements were uncontrolled.The Time Mirror|Clark South
Thick coming fancies connected with by-gone days were rolling over his soul in an uncontrolled torrent.The Cavaliers of Virginia, vol. 1 of 2|William A. Caruthers
She could feel his every muscle strung and taut, ready for uncontrolled violence.The Safety Curtain, and Other Stories|Ethel M. Dell
The impression is so intense, and the mind so fixed upon it, that the respiratory process is irregular, and uncontrolled.The Reason Why|Anonymous
British Dictionary definitions for uncontrolled (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for uncontrolled (2 of 2)
verb -trols, -trolling or -trolled (tr)
- to regulate (financial affairs)
- to examine and verify (financial accounts)
- a device that regulates the operation of a machine. A dynamic control is one that incorporates a governor so that it responds to the output of the machine it regulates
- (as modifier)control panel; control room
Derived Formscontrollable, adjectivecontrollability or controllableness, nouncontrollably, adverb
Word Origin for control
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Idioms and Phrases with uncontrolled
see out of control; spin control.