The mantra invoked by experts is that climate policy must aim to “avoid the unmanageable and manage the unavoidable.”
Revolutions or unmanageable riots have inevitably followed the rise of masses of bored, underemployed young people.
On the first night, Simon found his new pupil disposed to be unmanageable.
And great and unmanageable was his astonishment, when the truth came to light.
With even this and similar precautions, he was considered dangerous and unmanageable.
It is unmanageable because it is a romance, and its essence is romantic beauty.
Forms themselves are hard enough to manage, but words are unmanageable.
If it is, we'll make a perfect lady out of this unmanageable man-killer yet!
She blamed nobody; no doubt she had been unruly, ill-conditioned, unmanageable; still, she had missed that.
John replied that the voyage was impossible with such an unmanageable craft.