Antonyms for controlled

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Then, he made a great effort, and controlled his emotion to some extent.

When after a moment she rose, she was controlled again, calm, very white.

She almost choked, but, making a great effort, she controlled herself.

Hamish controlled his emotion better than did the Rev. Mr. Pye.

Her lip trembled a little, but she controlled it before she spoke.

Turning back to Dr. Shalt, he began to speak in a taut, controlled voice.

Rights and patents are owned and controlled by us exclusively.

The Dardanelles campaign was largely conceived and controlled by the Rt.

Mademoiselle was jealous of it, and that often controlled him.

He was a part of the great engine that tore along, controlled by a superior will.

WORD ORIGIN

1580s, past participle adjective from control (v.). Of rent, from c.1930.

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