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.