unsuppressible love

Definitions

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  • adjective unable to be suppressed.

Etymologies

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un- +β€Ž suppressible

Examples

  • When he stops trying to suppress the unsuppressible requirement to check, replicate, falsify and clarify that which is real from that which is wishful thinking, sloppy experiment, poorly controlled and error-strewn that is the work of the scientific method, then we might make a start.

    Mann on Splices: the Case of Crowley and Lowery « Climate Audit

  • Indeed, to get a full and perfect revenge Audley needed to complete his assignment first, for only then would it become a matter of record and unsuppressible.

    The Alamut Ambush

  • Then, dabbing his face sadly with a handkerchief for effect, Cateye smothered many almost unsuppressible giggles.

    Over the Line

  • All his writing has the liveliness of springtime; it stirs with an unsuppressible gayety, and it has the attraction which companionship with him had: there is never enough.

    Appreciations of Richard Harding Davis

  • All his writing has the liveliness of springtime; it stirs with an unsuppressible gayety, and it has the attraction which companionship with him had: there is never enough.

    Appreciations of Richard Harding Davis

  • Meantime mind-wandering and wayward fancy are nothing but the unsuppressible imagination cut loose from concern with what is done.

    democracy and Education : an Introduction to the Philosophy of Education

  • All the while, unmoved amidst protestation, appeal, and threat, the steady news-machine went on grinding out unsuppressible history for itself and its city.

    The Clarion

  • There were unsuppressible protests; there was covert anguish; there was even a strike -- but it was a short one.

    Gentle Julia

  • Meantime mind-wandering and wayward fancy are nothing but the unsuppressible imagination cut loose from concern with what is done.

    Democracy and Education: an introduction to the philosophy of education

  • All childish desires which conflicted with parental ideas were promptly suppressed by β€œthe rod,” until by sheer strength they proved to be unsuppressible.

    Famous Violinists of To-day and Yesterday

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