Thesaurus / insuppressible
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"Vicar has his butter fra Brown's by rights," said the insuppressible servant-woman.
THE RAINBOWD. H. (DAVID HERBERT) LAWRENCE
At that, in an insuppressible gush of happiness I laughed out with him, like a flageolet in a concourse of bassoons.
MEMOIRS OF A MIDGETWALTER DE LA MARE
Kid was a witty man, usually overflowing with innocent mirth; even in sight of the gallows his humor was insuppressible.
Insuppressible, in-sup-pres′i-bl, adj. not to be suppressed or concealed.
The insuppressible alertness and enterprise of his own mind tells upon his portrayal of these intense moments.
ROBERT BROWNINGC. H. HERFORD
Perhaps some men so die—I do not know; it were better than to live, and to bore their friends with the insuppressible.
THOMAS WINGFOLD, CURATEGEORGE MACDONALD

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