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It was only in matters relating to the army that the government found the Commons unmanageable.
A man can fight a couple of pigs at meal times, but a whole litter would probably prove unmanageable.
Even the new nobility grew more unmanageable with every day.
THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEWILLIAM MILLIGAN SLOANE
The result was that, by this craft hanging suspended to her, she became unmanageable and unable to turn one way or another.
It is so unmanageable when raw that when it falls to the dog he usually bolts it, the case being otherwise hopeless.
The business had outgrown him and his limited means, had become unwieldy and unmanageable.
The Set-back at Naples excitable Neapolitan populace forthwith became unmanageable.
If later it gets unmanageable we will sprinkle a little salt on the fire, and that will keep it down.
Towards evening Nancy became excited and unmanageable, and Mrs. Avory went to bed with a headache.
THE DEVOURERSANNIE VIVANTI CHARTRES
Totally unmanageable now, she was drifted along, till she struck on a most dangerous reef about a mile from shore.

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vibrissanoun | [vahy-bris-uh ]SEE DEFINITION
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