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wild /waɪld/ adjective


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wild
[adjective]
Synonyms:
- untamed, feral, ferocious, fierce, savage, unbroken, undomesticated
- uncultivated, free, natural
- uncivilized, barbaric, barbarous, brutish, ferocious, fierce, primitive, savage
- uncontrolled, disorderly, riotous, rowdy, turbulent, undisciplined, unfettered, unmanageable, unrestrained, unruly, wayward
- stormy, blustery, choppy, raging, rough, tempestuous, violent
- excited, crazy (informal), enthusiastic, hysterical, raving
[noun]
Synonyms:
- wilds: wilderness, back of beyond (informal), desert, middle of nowhere (informal), wasteland
Antonyms: cultivated, domesticated, tame, tamed, cultured
Contrasted words: easy, relaxed, calm, peaceful, placid, quiet, stormless, halcyon, irenic, serene, moderate, restrained, sober, sparing, temperate, bridled, controlled, curbed, self-controlled
Related Words: escaped, feral, unsubdued, untamed, adventurous, audacious, daring, dashing, brash, cocksure, rash, bewildered, distracted, perplexed, agitated, perturbed, upset, addled, confused, muddled, crazy, demented, deranged, mad, blatant, boisterous, clamorous, ungovernable, unruly, brutal, harsh, severe, roisterous, rollicking, swaggering, careless, heedless, irresponsible, thoughtless, lewd, loose, unchaste, wanton
English Thesaurus: natural, wild, pure, organic, unspoiled, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. wild1 S2 W2 /waɪld/ adjective
[Word Family: noun: wild, wildness; adverb: wildly, wild; adjective: wild]
[Language: Old English; Origin: wilde]

1. PLANTS/ANIMALS [usually before noun] living in a natural state, not changed or controlled by people Antonym : tame:
wild animals
a field full of wild flowers
wild horse/dog/pig etc
animals both wild and domesticated
wild mushroom/garlic/rose etc

2. LAND not used by people for farming, building etc:
Nepal is stunning, with its wild, untamed landscape.
the wild and lonely Scottish hills

3. EMOTIONS feeling or expressing strong uncontrolled emotions, especially anger, happiness, or excitement:
wild laughter
wild with
He was wild with rage.

4. BEHAVIOUR behaving in an uncontrolled, sometimes violent way:
She was completely wild in high school.
Donny could be wild and crazy.
There was a wild look about her (=she seemed a little crazy).

5. go wild
a) to behave in a very excited uncontrolled way:
The crowd went wild as soon as the singer stepped onto the stage.
b) to get very angry:
When Tony heard how much it was going to cost, he just went wild.

6. ENJOYABLE informal very enjoyable and exciting:
‘How was the party?’ ‘It was wild!’

7. be wild about something/somebody informal to like something or someone very much:
My son’s wild about football.
I’m not that wild about rap music, to be honest.

8. WITHOUT CAREFUL THOUGHT done or said without much thought or care, or without knowing all the facts:
wild accusations
I’m just making a wild guess here, so correct me if I’m wrong.

9. beyond sb’s wildest dreams beyond anything that someone imagined or hoped for:
an invention that was to change our lives beyond our wildest dreams

10. not/never in your wildest dreams used to say that you did not expect or imagine that something would happen, especially after it has happened:
Never in my wildest dreams did I expect to win first place.

11. WEATHER/SEA violent and strong:
a wild and angry sea

12. CARD GAMES a card that is wild can be used to represent any other card in a game

13. wild horses would/could not ... used to say that someone is determined not to go somewhere, do something etc:
Wild horses would not have dragged him into a vegetarian restaurant.
—wildness noun [uncountable]
wild card, ⇒ sow your wild oats at sow1(3)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. wild2 adverb
[Word Family: noun: wild, wildness; adverb: wildly, wild; adjective: wild]

1. run wild
a) if children or animals run wild, they behave in an uncontrolled way because there is no one to control them
b) if something runs wild, it is not controlled and operates in an extremely free way:
Be creative – allow your imagination to run wild.
c) if plants run wild, they grow a lot in an uncontrolled way

2. grow wild if plants grow wild somewhere, they have not been planted by people

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. wild3 noun
[Word Family: noun: wild, wildness; adverb: wildly, wild; adjective: wild]

1. in the wild in natural and free conditions, not kept or controlled by people:
There are very few pandas living in the wild now.

2. the wilds of Africa/Alaska etc areas where there are no towns and not many people live

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

wild
adj.
I. animals/plants
VERBS be, grow, live The flowers grow wild in the mountains. The dogs live wild on the streets.
ADV. truly This is truly wild and unspoilt countryside.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

wild
II. out of control
VERBS be, look He looked wild and dangerous.
go, run When the princess appeared, the crowd went wild. They annoy the neighbours because they let their children run wild.
drive sb, make sb It makes me wild (= very angry) to see such waste.
ADV. really, very | absolutely | a bit, a little, pretty, rather Her hair was rather wild.
PREP. with The crowd was wild with excitement.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

wild
waɪld
See: run wild , sow one's wild oats

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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