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synonyms for irrepressible

  • boisterous
  • buoyant
  • ebullient
  • rebellious
  • bubbling
  • enthusiastic
  • insuppressible
  • rhapsodical
  • tumultous/tumultuous
  • unconstrained
  • uncontainable
  • uncontrollable
  • unmanageable
  • unquenchable
  • unrestrainable
  • unrestrained
  • unruly
  • unstoppable
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antonyms for irrepressible

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  • depressed
  • despondent
  • grave
  • hopeless
  • serious
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How to use irrepressible in a sentence

When he bucks doctors’ orders to attend an international conference weeks after surgery to remove a brain tumor, it was his rakish nature and irrepressible will.
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Thus was he spared the look of utter loathing, of unconquerable, irrepressible disgust that leapt into her countenance.
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It was Jenny's sympathy on this first night, when awakened by Ruth's irrepressible agony, that had made the bond between them.
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She had an irrepressible longing for a few minutes' change of scene after her night of watching.
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Prince Waldemar broke into an irrepressible fit of laughter and clapped Kaulmann on the shoulder.
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That struggle is an irrepressible conflict existing in all nature, and from which man cannot escape.
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But not so; a swampy wide road and more of the irrepressible mill element constituted the whole of the scene presented.
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The irrepressible conflict, foretold by our poets and dreaded by our statesmen, broke out in the spring of 1861.
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One majestic thought is the result: God—God is the irrepressible idea that springs within man's soul.
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An irrepressible shudder passed through Leonard when he saw this grim apparatus.
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WORDS RELATED TO IRREPRESSIBLE

  • agitated
  • bouncy
  • brash
  • buoyant
  • chipper
  • chirpy
  • effervescent
  • effusive
  • elated
  • excited
  • exhilarated
  • exuberant
  • frothy
  • gushing
  • high-spirited
  • in high spirits
  • irrepressible
  • vivacious
  • zestful
  • zippy
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