ungovernable 解釋adj. 形容詞 1. 難治理的，難控制的。
It was experiencing a spasm of virtuous reaction, quite as lawless and ungovernable as any of the acts that had provoked it.
He is a man with ungovernable temper.
She was a lady of such ungovernable spirit and fiery temper.
" but do you believe you could arrest the progress of two horses rushing forwards with ungovernable fury ?
At the time critics said the new system was meant to make italy ungovernable by creating the stalemate in the senate that it duly produced
Shaking from head to foot, thrilled with ungovernable excitement, i continued - i am glad you are no relation of mine : i will never call you aunt again so long as i live
She was not of so ungovernable a temper as lydia ; and, removed from the influence of lydia s example, she became, by proper attention and management, less irritable, less ignorant, and less insipid
Then, commencing a loud whistling noise, he rubbed them well all over their bodies for several minutes ; then, undisturbed by the noisy crowd collected round the broken carriage, ali quietly harnessed the pacified animals to the count s chariot, took the reins in his hands, and mounted the box, when to the utter astonishment of those who had witnessed the ungovernable spirit and maddened speed of the same horses, he was actually compelled to apply his whip in no very gentle manner before he could induce them to start ; and even then all that could be obtained from the celebrated " dappled grays, " now changed into a couple of dull, sluggish, stupid brutes, was a slow, pottering pace, kept up with so much difficulty that madame de villefort was more than two hours returning to her residence in the faubourg st. honor
Suddenly a distant sound of rapidly advancing wheels was heard, and almost immediately a carriage appeared, drawn by a pair of wild, ungovernable horses, while the terrified coachman strove in vain to restrain their furious speed. in the vehicle was a young woman and a child of about seven or eight clasped in each other s arms