Not under control, discipline, or governance.(adjective)
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Use "uncontrolled" in a sentence
"In his interview, Crooke took a swipe – of course – at what he called the uncontrolled collateral damage visited upon civilians in Gaza by the Israelis."
"The only thing King Obama has done is to sink this country in uncontrolled spending."
"Contact us immediately if your child experiences any of the following: fever higher than 101° Fahrenheit pain uncontrolled by over-the-counter pain medication swelling or redness at the needle-insertion site bleeding or discharge (such as pus) from the needle-insertion site"