Synonyms for unmanageable
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English Synonyms and Antonyms
Rebellious signifies being in a state of rebellion (see REBELLION under REVOLUTION), and is even extended to inanimate things that resist control or adaptation to human use. Ungovernable applies to that which successfully defies authority and power; unmanageable to that which resists the utmost exercise of skill or of skill and power combined; rebellious, to that which is defiant of authority, whether successfully or unsuccessfully; seditious, to that which partakes of or tends to excite a rebellious spirit, seditious suggesting more of covert plan, scheming, or conspiracy, rebellious more of overt act or open violence. While the unmanageable or ungovernable defies control, the rebellious or seditious may be forced to submission; as, the man has an ungovernable temper; the horses became unmanageable; he tamed his rebellious spirit. Insubordinate applies to the disposition to resist and resent control as such; mutinous, to open defiance of authority, especially in the army, navy, or merchant marine. A contumacious act or spirit is contemptuous as well as defiant. Compare OBSTINATE; REVOLUTION.
Rebellious to or against lawful authority.
difficult to use or handle or manage because of size or weight or shape
"we set about towing the unwieldy structure into the shelter"; "almost dropped the unwieldy parcel"
hard to control
"a difficult child", "an unmanageable situation"
difficult to solve or alleviate
uncontrollable, uncorrectable, unmanageableadjective
incapable of being controlled or managed
"uncontrollable children"; "an uncorrectable habit"
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The US would be unmanageable.
Of all the animals, the boy is the most unmanageable.
The art deprived of closeness to the world is, in fact, pure, flat, unmanageable, decorative. Totally extraneous because she herself destroyed outer. Empty and indifferent, deprived of destiny, it solves only technical issues.
We have 15 years ... that's the rough time frame I give for sea level rise to become very difficult and population pressure to become almost unmanageable.
The code’s arbitration model with bias criteria presents unmanageable financial and operational risk for Google, if this version of the code were to become law, it would give us no real choice but to stop making Google Search available in Australia.
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