Words nearby untamable
How to use untamable in a sentence
Other countries have struggled with independent groups that formed to protect civilians but later became untamable.
Is the NYPD a force unto itself, untamable, as dark sometimes as the streets it patrols?
I never saw anything more unremittingly ferocious, nor apparently more untamable.Our Cats and All About Them|Harrison Weir
He belonged to the most untamable of his people, and had proven a continual stumbling-block in the path of the missionary.The Phantom of the River|Edward S. Ellis
No one believes that the culture could have originated in the rank, almost untamable, primitive jungle of Mesopotamia.The New Stone Age in Northern Europe|John M. Tyler
Sea and winds remain as untamable as they were when men of the Stone Age broke each other's heads at Chysauster.The Cornwall Coast|Arthur L. Salmon
His brows were drawn, his cheek flushed, and there was a mad sparkle in his eyes which spoke of a wild, untamable nature.The White Company|Arthur Conan Doyle