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- adv. In an uncontrollable manner; without being subject to control.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an uncontrollable manner; without being subject to control.
- Indisputably; incontrovertibly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an uncontrolled manner
BlindType acquired by Google, Android typists grin uncontrollably (engadget) ... we were wowed back in July by the software's ability to predict words regardless of how text was inputted, and it seems as if a few bigwigs within Google were as well.
I'm sure they've seen worse (sobbing uncontrollably is never a good response.)
Hartness issued the order to bail out as the aircraft began to spin uncontrollably.
Pamela's jewelry resonates with a kind of shamanic thinking that drives her to spend the majority of her time "uncontrollably" making it.
They sought a court order enjoining the march on the grounds that it would "incite or promote hatred against persons of Jewish faith or ancestry," that is was a "deliberate and willful attempt" to inflict severe emotional harm on the Jewish population in Skokie (and especially on the survivors of the Holocaust), and that it would incite an "uncontrollably" violent response and lead to serious "bloodshed."
Well, a moment's thought should tell the reader that something that can be performed "in unison" is not done "uncontrollably".
This body, like all the bodies Kerry would see in Vietnam, had taken on a surprisingly cumbersome, waxy quality; it rolled "uncontrollably" as the medics tried to lay it in the body bag.
In court documents dated Sept. 25, Kunonga accused the 19 church officials of disrupting services, with choir members refusing to provide choral music and on one occasion leading the congregation into "uncontrollably" singing hymns to stop the service.
He said choir members had refused to sing hymns and on one occasion led the congregation into singing "uncontrollably" to bring the service to an end.
He recalls crying "uncontrollably" on election night because he felt a renewed sense of pride about being African-American.