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wild    音標拼音: [w'ɑɪld]
n. 荒野,荒地
a.
野性的,荒野的,野蠻的,野生的,失控的,任性的,雜亂的,輕率的

荒野,荒地野性的,荒野的,野蠻的,野生的,失控的,任性的,雜亂的,輕率的

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wild
adv 1: in an uncontrolled and rampant manner; "weeds grew
rampantly around here" [synonym: {rampantly}, {wild}]
2: in a wild or undomesticated manner; "growing wild"; "roaming
wild"
adj 1: marked by extreme lack of restraint or control; "wild
talk"; "wild parties" [ant: {tame}]
2: in a natural state; not tamed or domesticated or cultivated;
"wild geese"; "edible wild plants" [synonym: {wild}, {untamed}]
[ant: {tame}, {tamed}]
3: in a state of extreme emotion; "wild with anger"; "wild with
grief"
4: deviating widely from an intended course; "a wild bullet";
"he threw a wild pitch"
5: (of colors or sounds) intensely vivid or loud; "a violent
clash of colors"; "her dress was a violent red"; "a violent
noise"; "wild colors"; "wild shouts" [synonym: {violent}, {wild}]
6: without a basis in reason or fact; "baseless gossip"; "the
allegations proved groundless"; "idle fears"; "unfounded
suspicions"; "unwarranted jealousy" [synonym: {baseless},
{groundless}, {idle}, {unfounded}, {unwarranted}, {wild}]
7: talking or behaving irrationally; "a raving lunatic" [synonym:
{raving mad}, {wild}]
8: involving risk or danger; "skydiving is a hazardous sport";
"extremely risky going out in the tide and fog"; "a wild
financial scheme" [synonym: {hazardous}, {risky}, {wild}]
9: fanciful and unrealistic; foolish; "a fantastic idea of his
own importance" [synonym: {fantastic}, {wild}]
10: located in a dismal or remote area; desolate; "a desert
island"; "a godforsaken wilderness crossroads"; "a wild
stretch of land"; "waste places" [synonym: {godforsaken},
{waste}, {wild}]
11: intensely enthusiastic about or preoccupied with; "crazy
about cars and racing"; "he is potty about her" [synonym:
{crazy}, {wild}, {dotty}, {gaga}]
12: without civilizing influences; "barbarian invaders";
"barbaric practices"; "a savage people"; "fighting is crude
and uncivilized especially if the weapons are
efficient"-Margaret Meade; "wild tribes" [synonym: {barbarian},
{barbaric}, {savage}, {uncivilized}, {uncivilised}, {wild}]
13: (of the elements) as if showing violent anger; "angry clouds
on the horizon"; "furious winds"; "the raging sea" [synonym:
{angry}, {furious}, {raging}, {tempestuous}, {wild}]
n 1: a wild primitive state untouched by civilization; "he lived
in the wild"; "they collected mushrooms in the wild" [synonym:
{wild}, {natural state}, {state of nature}]
2: a wild and uninhabited area left in its natural condition;
"it was a wilderness preserved for the hawks and
mountaineers" [synonym: {wilderness}, {wild}]

Wild \Wild\, a. [Compar. {Wilder}; superl. {Wildest}.] [OE.
wilde, AS. wilde; akin to OFries. wilde, D. wild, OS. & OHG.
wildi, G. wild, Sw. & Dan. vild, Icel. villr wild,
bewildered, astray, Goth. wilpeis wild, and G. & OHG. wild
game, deer; of uncertain origin.]
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1. 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; as, a wild
boar; a wild ox; a wild cat.
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Winter's not gone yet, if the wild geese fly that
way. --Shak.
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2. 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; as, wild parsnip, wild camomile, wild
strawberry, wild honey.
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The woods and desert caves,
With wild thyme and gadding vine o'ergrown.
--Milton.
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3. Desert; not inhabited or cultivated; as, wild land. "To
trace the forests wild." --Shak.
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4. Savage; uncivilized; not refined by culture; ferocious;
rude; as, wild natives of Africa or America.
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5. Not submitted to restraint, training, or regulation;
turbulent; tempestuous; violent; ungoverned; licentious;
inordinate; disorderly; irregular; fanciful; imaginary;
visionary; crazy. "Valor grown wild by pride." --Prior. "A
wild, speculative project." --Swift.
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What are these
So withered and so wild in their attire ? --Shak.
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With mountains, as with weapons, armed; which makes
Wild work in heaven. --Milton.
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The wild winds howl. --Addison.
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Search then the ruling passion, there, alone
The wild are constant, and the cunning known.
--Pope.
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6. Exposed to the wind and sea; unsheltered; as, a wild
roadstead.
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7. Indicating strong emotion, intense excitement, or
?ewilderment; as, a wild look.
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8. (Naut.) Hard to steer; -- said of a vessel.
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Note: Many plants are named by prefixing wild to the names of
other better known or cultivated plants to which they a
bear a real or fancied resemblance; as, wild allspice,
wild pink, etc. See the Phrases below.
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{To run wild}, to go unrestrained or untamed; to live or
untamed; to live or grow without culture or training.

{To sow one's wild oats}. See under {Oat}.
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{Wild allspice}. (Bot.), spicewood.

{Wild balsam apple} (Bot.), an American climbing
cucurbitaceous plant ({Echinocystis lobata}).

{Wild basil} (Bot.), a fragrant labiate herb ({Calamintha
Clinopodium}) common in Europe and America.

{Wild bean} (Bot.), a name of several leguminous plants,
mostly species of {Phaseolus} and {Apios}.

{Wild bee} (Zool.), any one of numerous species of
undomesticated social bees, especially the domestic bee
when it has escaped from domestication and built its nest
in a hollow tree or among rocks.

{Wild bergamot}. (Bot.) See under {Bergamot}.

{Wild boar} (Zool.), the European wild hog ({Sus scrofa}),
from which the common domesticated swine is descended.

{Wild brier} (Bot.), any uncultivated species of brier. See
{Brier}.

{Wild bugloss} (Bot.), an annual rough-leaved plant
({Lycopsis arvensis}) with small blue flowers.

{Wild camomile} (Bot.), one or more plants of the composite
genus {Matricaria}, much resembling camomile.

{Wild cat}. (Zool.)
(a) A European carnivore ({Felis catus}) somewhat
resembling the domestic cat, but larger stronger, and
having a short tail. It is destructive to the smaller
domestic animals, such as lambs, kids, poultry, and
the like.
(b) The common American lynx, or bay lynx.
(c) (Naut.) A wheel which can be adjusted so as to revolve
either with, or on, the shaft of a capstan. --Luce.

{Wild celery}. (Bot.) See {Tape grass}, under {Tape}.

{Wild cherry}. (Bot.)
(a) Any uncultivated tree which bears cherries. The wild
red cherry is {Prunus Pennsylvanica}. The wild black
cherry is {Prunus serotina}, the wood of which is much
used for cabinetwork, being of a light red color and a
compact texture.
(b) The fruit of various species of {Prunus}.

{Wild cinnamon}. See the Note under {Canella}.

{Wild comfrey} (Bot.), an American plant ({Cynoglossum
Virginicum}) of the Borage family. It has large bristly
leaves and small blue flowers.

{Wild cumin} (Bot.), an annual umbelliferous plant
({Lag[oe]cia cuminoides}) native in the countries about
the Mediterranean.

{Wild drake} (Zool.) the mallard.

{Wild elder} (Bot.), an American plant ({Aralia hispida}) of
the Ginseng family.

{Wild fowl} (Zool.) any wild bird, especially any of those
considered as game birds.

{Wild goose} (Zool.), any one of several species of
undomesticated geese, especially the Canada goose ({Branta
Canadensis}), the European bean goose, and the graylag.
See {Graylag}, and {Bean goose}, under {Bean}.

{Wild goose chase}, the pursuit of something unattainable, or
of something as unlikely to be caught as the wild goose.
--Shak.

{Wild honey}, honey made by wild bees, and deposited in
trees, rocks, the like.

{Wild hyacinth}. (Bot.) See {Hyacinth}, 1
(b) .

{Wild Irishman} (Bot.), a thorny bush ({Discaria Toumatou})
of the Buckthorn family, found in New Zealand, where the
natives use the spines in tattooing.

{Wild land}.
(a) Land not cultivated, or in a state that renders it
unfit for cultivation.
(b) Land which is not settled and cultivated.

{Wild licorice}. (Bot.) See under {Licorice}.

{Wild mammee} (Bot.), the oblong, yellowish, acid fruit of a
tropical American tree ({Rheedia lateriflora}); -- so
called in the West Indies.

{Wild marjoram} (Bot.), a labiate plant ({Origanum vulgare})
much like the sweet marjoram, but less aromatic.

{Wild oat}. (Bot.)
(a) A tall, oatlike kind of soft grass ({Arrhenatherum
avenaceum}).
(b) See {Wild oats}, under {Oat}.

{Wild pieplant} (Bot.), a species of dock ({Rumex
hymenosepalus}) found from Texas to California. Its acid,
juicy stems are used as a substitute for the garden
rhubarb.

{Wild pigeon}. (Zool.)
(a) The rock dove.
(b) The passenger pigeon.

{Wild pink} (Bot.), an American plant ({Silene
Pennsylvanica}) with pale, pinkish flowers; a kind of
catchfly.

{Wild plantain} (Bot.), an arborescent endogenous herb
({Heliconia Bihai}), much resembling the banana. Its
leaves and leaf sheaths are much used in the West Indies
as coverings for packages of merchandise.

{Wild plum}. (Bot.)
(a) Any kind of plum growing without cultivation.
(b) The South African prune. See under {Prune}.

{Wild rice}. (Bot.) See {Indian rice}, under {Rice}.

{Wild rosemary} (Bot.), the evergreen shrub {Andromeda
polifolia}. See {Marsh rosemary}, under {Rosemary}.

{Wild sage}. (Bot.) See {Sagebrush}.

{Wild sarsaparilla} (Bot.), a species of ginseng ({Aralia
nudicaulis}) bearing a single long-stalked leaf.

{Wild sensitive plant} (Bot.), either one of two annual
leguminous herbs ({Cassia Chamaecrista}, and {Cassia
nictitans}), in both of which the leaflets close quickly
when the plant is disturbed.

{Wild service}.(Bot.) See {Sorb}.

{Wild Spaniard} (Bot.), any one of several umbelliferous
plants of the genus {Aciphylla}, natives of New Zealand.
The leaves bear numerous bayonetlike spines, and the
plants form an impenetrable thicket.

{Wild turkey}. (Zool.) See 2d {Turkey}.
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Wild \Wild\, n.
An uninhabited and uncultivated tract or region; a forest or
desert; a wilderness; a waste; as, the wilds of America; the
wilds of Africa.
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then Libya first, of all her moisture drained,
Became a barren waste, a wild of sand. --Addison.
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Wild \Wild\, adv.
Wildly; as, to talk wild. --Shak.
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396 Moby Thesaurus words for "wild":
Arabia Deserta, Death Valley, Dionysiac, Gothic, Neanderthal,
Sahara, abandoned, absurd, accident-prone, addled, adventurous,
agitated, agrarian, amok, anarchic, angry, animal, at fever pitch,
atrocious, audacious, bacchic, back, back country, back of beyond,
back-country, backwood, backwoods, backwoodsy, barbarian, barbaric,
barbarous, baroque, barren, barren land, barrens, bellowing,
berserk, bestial, bewildered, beyond belief, beyond control,
bizarre, blatant, bloody, blustering, blusterous, blustery,
boisterous, bold, boondock, boondocks, borderland, brain-born,
brash, breachy, breakneck, brush, brutal, brutish, bush,
bush country, bushveld, carefree, careless, carried away, chaotic,
clamorous, coarse, cockamamie, cocksure, confused, contumacious,
corybantic, crazy, daredevil, daring, dashing, death-defying,
debauched, defiant, delirious, demented, demoniac, deranged,
desert, desolation, desperate, devil-may-care, dirty, disorderly,
dissipated, dissolute, distracted, distrait, distraught,
dream-built, dust bowl, ecstatic, enraged, enraptured, escaped,
extravagant, fanatical, fanciful, fancy-born, fancy-built,
fancy-woven, fantasque, fantastic, fast, febrile, feckless, feral,
ferine, ferocious, feverish, fierce, fiery, fighting mad,
fire-eating, florid, foolhardy, foolish, forests, forward,
fractious, frantic, free, frenetic, frenzied, frontier,
fulminating, fuming, furious, gallant, gay, go-go, graceless,
grotesque, haggard, harebrained, harsh, harum-scarum, hasty,
headlong, heath, hectic, heedless, hellish, high-flown, hinterland,
hog-wild, hopping mad, hotheaded, howling, howling wilderness,
hurried, hysteric, hysterical, ill-bred, immoderate,
impatient of control, impetuous, impolite, in a rage,
in a transport, in hysterics, incautious, incontinent,
incorrigible, incredible, indocile, indomitable, indulgent,
infatuated, infuriate, infuriated, inhuman, insane, insensate,
insuppressible, intemperate, intoxicated, intractable,
irrepressible, irresponsible, karroo, kill-crazy,
knock-down-and-drag-out, knockabout, laughable, lax, lewd,
licentious, like one possessed, loose, ludicrous, lunar landscape,
lunar waste, mad, madbrain, madbrained, madcap, madding, maenadic,
maggoty, malign, malignant, maniac, maniacal, merciless, mindless,
monstrous, muddled, murderous, native, natural, noncivilized,
nonrestrictive, nonsensical, notional, obstreperous, orgasmic,
orgastic, orgiastic, ornery, out of control, out of hand, outback,
outlandish, outpost, outrageous, outre, overanxious, overdesirous,
overeager, overenthusiastic, overzealous, pandemoniac, passionate,
perfervid, permissive, perplexed, perturbed, pitiless,
poppycockish, possessed, precipitant, precipitate, precipitous,
preposterous, presumptuous, primitive, profligate, rabid, raffish,
raging, rakehell, rakehellish, rakehelly, rakish, rambling,
rambunctious, rampageous, rampant, ramping, ranting, rash,
ravening, raving, raving mad, ravished, recalcitrant, reckless,
refractory, reinless, resistant, resisting, restive, revolutionary,
ridiculous, riotous, rip-roaring, roaring, roaring mad, rococo,
roisterous, rollicking, rough, rough-and-ready, rough-and-tumble,
rowdy, rude, running mad, running wild, ruthless, salt flat,
sanguinary, savage, severe, shrewish, simmering, slap-bang,
slapdash, sporty, stark-raving mad, storming, stormy, swaggering,
sylvan, tameless, tasteless, tempestuous, terrorist, the bush,
thoughtless, timbers, tornadic, transported, troglodytic,
troublous, tumultuous, turbulent, ultrazealous, unbiddable,
unbridled, unchaste, unchecked, uncivil, uncivilized, uncoerced,
uncombed, uncompelled, unconstrained, uncontrollable, uncontrolled,
uncouth, uncultivated, uncultured, uncurbed, undisciplined,
undomesticated, unforced, ungentle, ungovernable, ungoverned,
uninhabited region, uninhibited, unkempt, unmalleable,
unmanageable, unmastered, unmeasured, unmoldable, unmuzzled,
unpolished, unrefined, unreined, unrepressed, unreserved,
unrestrained, unrestrictive, unruly, unsubdued, unsubmissive,
unsuppressed, untamed, untoward, up-country, uproarious, upset,
vehement, vicious, violent, virgin, virgin land, virgin territory,
volcanic, vulgar, wandering, wanton, waste, wasteland, weary waste,
weird, whimsical, wild West, wild-ass, wild-eyed, wild-looking,
wilderness, wildness, wilds, woodland, woodlands, woods



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