Definition of "insuppressible" [in•sup•press•i•ble]
Impossible to suppress or control; irrepressible.(adjective)
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Use "insuppressible" in a sentence
"Gregor was shocked to hear his own response; it was unmistakably his earlier voice, but with a painful and insuppressible squeal blending in as if from below, virtually leaving words in their full clarity for just a moment, only to garble them in their resonance, so that you could not tell whether you had heard right."
"Focusing on Christ means focusing on that Face which every human being, consciously or not, seeks as a satisfying response to his own insuppressible thirst for happiness."
"Their little lives are filled with big impulses, even bigger emotional swings, and the insuppressible desire to test test test."