The sounds poured and rolled in unrestrainable, overwhelming waves.
She would have been distressed at any time by this discovery of the letters; but so much so, and in that unrestrainable way?
There is something inevitable, unrestrainable about the great books; they seemed to come despite the author.
The Flamingo was worked into dock, and a cheering crowd surged aboard of her in unrestrainable thousands.
The lovely, firm, red lips became creased from unrestrainable happiness at sight of him.
Here her unrestrainable high spirits and levity gave great offence to the citizens.
And Missy, for some reason, grew sort of cross, too; she resented the other girls' unrestrainable hilarity.
Through a mist of unrestrainable tears he watched fixedly till the group had vanished in the cabin.
Shock from a coated jar; perhaps an unrestrainable ethereal fluid yet unobserved; electric condensation.
mid-14c., from stem of Old French restreindre "press, push together; curb, bridle; bandage" (12c.), from Latin restringere "draw back tightly, confine, check" (see restriction). Related: Restrained; restraining.
That which we restrain we keep within limits; that which we restrict we keep within certain definite limits; that which we repress we try to put out of existence. [Century Dictionary, 1902]