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The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
  • adj. Occurring, growing, or living in a natural state; not domesticated, cultivated, or tamed: wild geese; edible wild plants.
  • adj. Not inhabited or farmed: remote, wild country.
  • adj. Uncivilized or barbarous; savage.
  • adj. Lacking supervision or restraint: wild children living in the street.
  • adj. Disorderly; unruly: a wild scene in the school cafeteria.
  • adj. Characterized by a lack of moral restraint; dissolute or licentious: recalled his wild youth with remorse.
  • adj. Lacking regular order or arrangment; disarranged: wild locks of long hair.
  • adj. Full of, marked by, or suggestive of strong, uncontrolled emotion: wild with jealousy; a wild look in his eye; a wild rage.
  • adj. Extravagant; fantastic: a wild idea.
  • adj. Furiously disturbed or turbulent; stormy: wild weather.
  • adj. Risky; imprudent: wild financial schemes.
  • adj. Impatiently eager: wild to get away for the weekend.
  • adj. Informal Highly enthusiastic: just wild about the new music.
  • adj. Based on little or no evidence or probability; unfounded: wild accusations; a wild guess.
  • adj. Deviating greatly from an intended course; erratic: a wild bullet.
  • adj. Games Having an equivalence or value determined by the cardholder's choice: playing poker with deuces wild.
  • ad. In a wild manner: growing wild; roaming wild.
  • n. A natural or undomesticated state: returned the zoo animals to the wild; plants that grow abundantly in the wild.
  • n. An uninhabited or uncultivated region. Often used in the plural: the wilds of the northern steppes.
  • verb-intransitive. Slang To go about in a group threatening, robbing, or attacking others: "Police said that the youngsters ... were part of a larger group of teenagers who were 'wilding,'—their slang for terrorizing and bullying” ( Maclean's).
  • Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
  • adj. Untamed; not domesticated.
  • adj. Unrestrained or uninhibited.
  • adj. Raucous, unruly, or licentious.
  • adj. Visibly and overtly anxious; frantic.
  • adj. Disheveled, tangled, or untidy.
  • adj. Enthusiastic.
  • adj. Inaccurate.
  • adj. Not capable of being represented as a finite closed polygonal chain.
  • ad. Inaccurately; not on target.
  • n. The undomesticated state of a wild animal
  • n. a wilderness
  • v. To commit random acts of assault, robbery, and rape in an urban setting, especially as a gang.
  • the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
  • adj. Living in a state of nature; inhabiting natural haunts, as the forest or open field; not familiar with, or not easily approached by, man; not tamed or domesticated.
  • adj. Growing or produced without culture; growing or prepared without the aid and care of man; native; not cultivated; brought forth by unassisted nature or by animals not domesticated.
  • adj. Desert; not inhabited or cultivated.
  • adj. Savage; uncivilized; not refined by culture; ferocious; rude.
  • adj. Not submitted to restraint, training, or regulation; turbulent; tempestuous; violent; ungoverned; licentious; inordinate; disorderly; irregular; fanciful; imaginary; visionary; crazy.
  • adj. Exposed to the wind and sea; unsheltered.
  • adj. Indicating strong emotion, intense excitement, or �ewilderment.
  • adj. Hard to steer; -- said of a vessel.
  • n. An uninhabited and uncultivated tract or region; a forest or desert; a wilderness; a waste.
  • ad. Wildly.
  • The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Being in a state of ebullition. Thus steel, solidifying in a mold, which is evolving gases, is said to be wild.
  • Self-willed; wayward; wanton; impatient of restraint or control; stirring; lively; boisterous; full of life and spirits; hence, frolicsome; giddy; light-hearted.
  • Boisterous: tempestuous; stormy; violent; turbulent; furious; uncontrolled: used in both a physical and a moral sense.
  • Bold; brave; daring; wight.
  • Loose and disorderly in conduct; given to going beyond bounds in pleasurable indulgence; ungoverned; more or less dissolute, wayward, or unrestrained in conduct; prodigal.
  • Reckless; rash; ill-considered; extravagant; out of accord with reason or prudence; haphazard: as, a wild venture; wild trading.
  • Extravagant; fantastic; irregular; disordered; weird; queer.
  • Enthusiastic; eager; keen; especially, very eager with delight, excitement, or the like.
  • Excited; roused; distracted; crazy; betokening or indicating excitement or strong emotion.
  • Wide of the mark or direct line, standard, or bounds.
  • Living in a state of nature; inhabiting the forest or open field; roving: wandering; not tame; not domesticated; feral or ferine: as, a wild boar; a wild ox; a wild cat; a wild bee.
  • Noting beasts of the chase, game-birds, and the like, which are noticeably shy, wary, or hard to take under certain circumstances: opposed to tame, 1 : as, the birds are wild this morning.
  • Savage; uncivilized; ungoverned; unrefined; ferocious; sanguinary: noting persons or practices.
  • Growing or produced without culture; produced by unassisted nature, or by wild animals; native; not cultivated: as, wild parsnip; wild cherry; wild honey.
  • Desert; not inhabited; uncultivated.
  • To escape from domestication and revert to the feral state.
  • To escape from cultivation and grow in a wild state.
  • See Ipomæa.
  • A locomotive which by some accident or derangement has escaped from the control of its driver.
  • A seesaw.
  • The West Indian euphorbiaeeous tree Drypetes glauca.
  • Gærtnera vaginata, of Réunion, without ground reported as a fit substitute for coffee: often misnamed mussænda.
  • In the West Indies, a plant of the genus Tillandsia, especially T. utriculata.
  • Synonyms and Rude, impetuous, irregular, unrestrained, harebrained, frantic, frenzied, crazed, fanciful, visionary, strange, grotesque.
  • n. A desert; an uninhabited and uncultivated tract or region; a waste.
  • n. plural Wild animals; game.
  • n. An obsolete variant of Weald, perhaps due to confusion with wild.
  • WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
  • adj. in a state of extreme emotion
  • adj. (of colors or sounds) intensely vivid or loud
  • adj. without a basis in reason or fact
  • n. a wild primitive state untouched by civilization
  • adj. deviating widely from an intended course
  • adj. talking or behaving irrationally
  • adj. without civilizing influences
  • adj. in a natural state; not tamed or domesticated or cultivated
  • adj. fanciful and unrealistic; foolish
  • ad. in an uncontrolled and rampant manner
  • adj. (of the elements) as if showing violent anger
  • adj. marked by extreme lack of restraint or control
  • adj. intensely enthusiastic about or preoccupied with
  • adj. located in a dismal or remote area; desolate
  • n. a wild and uninhabited area left in its natural condition
  • adj. involving risk or danger
  • ad. in a wild or undomesticated manner
  • Equivalent
    Verb Form
    wilded    wilding    wilds   
    Cross Reference
    Words with the same meaning
    native    desert    savage    uncivilized    ferocious    rude    turbulent    tempestuous    violent    ungoverned   
    Words with the same terminal sound
    Child    Wilde    beguiled    child    compiled    filed    mild    piled    refiled    restyled   
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