irrepressible[ ir-i-pres-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF irrepressible
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IRREPRESSIBLE
The irrepressible Aggie put on her most finically elegant air.
It had within it a vital and irrepressible element of growth.
Again came the irrepressible chorus, "Aye, that 'e did, sor!"
Before the sentence was well finished her laughter was irrepressible.
And then the irrepressible, overwhelming, inevitable moment came.
After the coffee was served the irrepressible Sam proposed a walk.
He started, and wrung his hands in sudden, irrepressible distress.
Ay, Jack and no other; more courtly, but as irrepressible as ever.
Was it the irrepressible instinct of my heart for the romance of life?
An unedified palate is the irrepressible cloven foot of the upstart.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR IRREPRESSIBLE
- beside oneself
- like a loose cannon