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Common misspellings for wild

woiuld, owould, willc, widly, swould, ciled, vhild, whild, wowuld, fweld, will, wolrd, vailid, willnot, wo0uld, vilid, feild, biuld, whilr, whila, wilhite, worl'd, whileit, nuild, wuld, worlkd, wworld, worlld, we'ld, rwould, heild, tild, willlet, wiorld, iwould, wailt, uild, wuold, hthewould, woulde, vbuild, wirld, wolld, wouydl, whelt, yiled, wilf, walkid, 2011would, fild, woulc, wiold, woold, woeld, wald, woulr, kuild, wiwde, wouldget, wioll, willt, wolde, woould, whtil, wojuld, uwould, whould, wilol, wil, ild, witle, worlda, tiold, widde, wiill, vilot, woulddie, woiud, wildy, ouwld, woudl, willput, wilon, lwould, bildu, wrld, wilil, wudl, wourld, wildood, whuld, wied, willdie, willk, woluld, twould, wikd, wil2l, wikid, wihle, fwould, wildley, wilst, wiould, welld, wo9uld, wporld, wildife, weirgild, werld, wildely, wecould, wauld, wewould, wilk, wrold, woult, wiull, wotld, voild, worldd, waorld, bilud, weould, wilpedia, worlt, wohuld, iwauld, weild, wili, sild, fiwld, wildden, witll, widw, wolrld, ehld, woulbd, wpuld, ewould, hilld, qwould, worled, woyuld, tworld, cihld, wouil, woudld, willind, nwould, wouldd, eworld, woruld, witld, wird, valad, wiuld, siold, woulld, wouild, wwill, wellt, woul'd, theworld, yeild, woird, whield, woreld, wolkd, willd, wid, bild, valild, weled, worlde, whilte, wolud, wurld, viald, wind, wilmott, willtry, whilc, w3ould, vorld, wouled, hewould, wouold, ciould, waitd, wouldi, wywud, wrlod, willn't, vild, waould, wlid, walkd, willled, willied, warld, worrld, wholde, dwould, swirld, whilde, woulud, owuld, woueld, whily, mild, wluld, wilth, mmild, velid, woulrd, worold, whold, wouyld, willn, wiily, willr, vaild, seild, wuile, wila, miild, worild, w2ill, wheeld, woill, willdo, withold, waled, wilh, wirdo, willh, wilnot, wi8ll, killd, woulb, willgo, lworld, wojld, whilw, wild, wortld, wigled, wilo, wilow, ourworld, wwould, vieled, vvould, reweld, whilch, wodl, wonuld, thild, wialk, wopuild, wi'll, woyld, waold, wuill, wuled, wissled, wonlt, qworld, viled, voled, vield, wiude, wpold, wobled, beowuld, woulod, woorld, willit, kild, woeuld, vuld, walid, willet, waird, firld, vould, willf, hwould, willto, willg, ciuld, oild, waied, wilwood, weeled, wiykd, wld, whilt, wirled, woulda, wopuld, cild, wurled, woukld, siolid, dweld, wouldw, vuilt, wilcat, worlod, woirld, nield, wuould, ywould, veild, woujld, duild, wizord, wouuld, bbwould, wailk, naild, wilbe, wildwoo, world'd, wioudl, worldy, woulddo, thirld, whili, wopld, wildow, woulid, woulkd, theywould, woild, hild, validf, willb, wault, wiul, awould, wishd, withd, muild, youwould, hilda, liled, villed, i'ld, knwoelde, olld, swalod, wuilt, validd, wiled, waldo, walit, welde, whilwe, wilde, wilwdood, wi1l, wizird, woled, wonl't, w0rld, whorld, 1would, wlould, wonld, woupld, wyould.

Definitions of wild

  1.   in a natural state; not tamed or domesticated or cultivated; " wild geese"; " edible wild plants"
  2.   a wild and uninhabited area
  3.   An uncultivated or desert region.
  4.   An uncultivated region: a forest or desert.
  5.   Savage; uncivilized; not refined by culture; ferocious; rude; as, wild natives of Africa or America.
  6.   ( of the elements) as if showing violent anger; " angry clouds on the horizon"; " furious winds"; " the raging sea"
  7.   An epithet applied especially to the names of plants, to distinguish them from such of the name as are cultivated in gardens, as wild olive.
  8.   Desert; not inhabited or cultivated; as, wild land.
  9.   An uninhabited and uncultivated tract or region; a forest or desert; a wilderness; a waste; as, the wilds of America; the wilds of Africa.
  10.   marked by extreme lack of restraint or control; " wild ideas"; " wild talk"; " wild originality"; " wild parties"
  11.   Roving; wandering; inhabiting the forest or open field; not tamed or domesticated; growing without culture; desert; not inhabited; savage; uncivilised; not refined by culture; turbulent; tempestuous; irregular; licentious; inconstant; inordinate; loose; disorderly; not framed according to the ordinary rules of reason; imaginary; fanciful; exposed to wind and sea.
  12.   produced without being planted or without human labor; " wild strawberries"
  13.   An uninhabited or uncultivated place; a wilderness.
  14.   talking or behaving irrationally; " a raving lunatic"
  15.   a wild primitive state untouched by civilization; " he lived in the wild"
  16.   in a state of extreme emotion; " wild with anger"; " wild with grief"
  17.   in an uncontrolled and rampant manner; " weeds grew rampantly around here"
  18.   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.
  19.   Not tamed, or cultivated; fierce; savage: bereft of reason: desert: licentious.
  20.   Living in its natural state; untamed; as, a wild animal; uncultivated; as, wild flowers; not civilized; savage; violent; uncontrolled; passionate; unreasonsble; disorderly; reckless; greatly excited; noisily gay; colloquially, eager.
  21.   Wildness.
  22.   not subjected to control or restraint; " a piano played with a wild exuberance"- Louis Bromfield
  23.   A desert or wilderness.
  24.   Being in a state of nature: not tamed or cultivated: uncivilized: desert: unsheltered: violent: licentious.
  25.   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"
  26.   A desert; an uncultivated or uninhabited tract or region; a forest or sandy desert.
  27.   Dissolute; prodigal.
  28.   Exposed to the wind and sea; unsheltered; as, a wild roadstead.
  29.   Stormy; turbulent; keen; eager.
  30.   Not submitted to restraint, training, or regulation; turbulent; tempestuous; violent; ungoverned; licentious; inordinate; disorderly; irregular; fanciful; imaginary; visionary; crazy.
  31.   Indicating strong emotion, intense excitement, or ewilderment; as, a wild look.
  32.   Being in a state of nature; not tamed or domesticated; growing without culture; savage; uncivilised; desert; uninhabited; tempestuous; profligate; reckless; ungoverned; irregular; highly excited, as with passion; having a fierce untamed look; performed without plan or order; imaginary.
  33.   Not tamed; uncivilized; uninhabited; uninhabited.
  34.   An uncultivated tract of land; a desert.
  35.   located in a dismal or remote area; desolate; " a desert island"; " a godforsaken wilderness crossroads"; " a wild stretch of land"; " waste places"
  36.   deviating widely from an intended course; " a wild bullet"; " a wild pitch"
  37.   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.
  38.   ( 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"
  39.   Wildly.
  40.   Wildly; as, to talk wild.
  41.   in a wild or undomesticated manner; " growing wild"; " roaming wild"
  42.   Hard to steer; - said of a vessel.

Antonyms for wild

restful, still, urbane, cut-and-dried, disinterested, predictable, garden, typical, moderate, tranquil, demonstrable, tamed, gentle, obedient, mild, smooth, fair, halfhearted, sound, average, terrestrial, incontestable, genteel, prosaic, hospitable, clement, busted, cloudless, refined, hushed, composed, domestic, disinclined, quiet, substantial, workaday, docile, aloof, reluctant, well-bred, uneager, spiritless, cool, broken in, everyday, humane, domesticated, polite, dispassionate, wonted, routine, sensible, certain, impassive, demonstrated, law-abiding, halcyon, uninterested, serene, logical, temperate, civilized, languid, hesitant, cultured, normal, apathetic, unconcerned, conformable, unruffled, amenable, socialized, imperturbable, unperturbed, realistic, incurious, knee jerk, sagacious, nitty-gritty, tame, tractable, insouciant, peaceful, garden-variety, conservative, polished, established, unclouded, unremarkable, casual, undisturbed, subdued, ordinary, balanced, unexceptional, run-of-the-mill, indisputable, supported, frequent, safe, developed, regular, undeniable, controlled, archetypal, stolid, representative, enlightened, inhabited, conformist, habitual, averse, calm, collected, usual, unenthusiastic, sane, self-possessed, sedate, submissive, cultivated, standard-issue, passionless, true, arcadian, expected, easygoing, Familiar, infallible, mundane, trained, loath, standard, languorous, sunshiny, sophisticated, biddable, consistent, unwilling, lukewarm, nonchalant, clear, housebroken, civilised, bright, compliant, indubitable, incontrovertible, common, rational, broken, conventional, relaxed, characteristic, wise, customary, unquestionable, lackadaisical, placid, reasonable, indifferent, sunny, commonplace, detached, low pressure, stilly, untroubled.

Quotes of wild

  1. In times of life crisis, whether wild fires or smoldering stress, the first thing I do is go back to basics... am I eating right, am I getting enough sleep, am I getting some physical and mental exercise everyday. – Edward Albert
  2. The sheer force of the music calls for a wild audience reaction. – Emanuel Ax
  3. The Confederates had suspected Wild Bill of being a spy for two or three days, and had watched him closely. – Buffalo Bill
  4. My son is not wild about going back to Iraq, but he'd sure rather do that than sacrifice all that he and his fellow soldiers have accomplished by leaving too early and inviting chaos. – Christopher Bond
  5. Dying is a wild night and a new road. – Emily Dickinson
  6. I hope for your help to explore and protect the wild ocean in ways that will restore the health and, in so doing, secure hope for humankind. Health to the ocean means health for us. – Sylvia Earle
  7. On the one hand, I've had such a normal upbringing with my mum, who has kept me grounded, but on the other, the wild experiences through my dad. – Julian Lennon
  8. I love my children beyond all reason. They're my joy, even when they're wild with kid energy. – Christopher Meloni
  9. Save for thee and thy lessons, man in society would everywhere sink into a sad compound of the fiend and the wild beast; and this fallen world would be as certainly a moral as a natural wilderness. – Hugh Miller
  10. As dry leaves that before the wild hurricane fly, when they meet with an obstacle, mount to the sky. So up to the house -top the coursers they flew, with the sleigh full of toys, and St. Nicholas too. – Clement Clarke Moore
  11. I used to be more of a wild kid. But I've slowed down. – Fisher Stevens
  12. Fun wouldn't be the right word... it was the most difficult, challenging, physical, extraordinary stretch I've ever had to make, in all those wild regards. – Uma Thurman
  13. I was so wild and crazy and dumb in my car. It didn't run but 30 miles an hour. You made do. – Muddy Waters
  14. There the wild animals wandered and fed as though they were in a pasture that stretched much farther than a man could see, and there were no settlers. Only Indians lived there. – Laura Ingalls Wilder

Usage examples for wild

  1. “ " Yes, it's wild admitted Bunny. ” – Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue Playing Circus by Laura Lee Hope
  2. He had been rather wild – T. Tembarom by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  3. “ " I don't think it is wild at all," she replied. ” – The Vizier of the Two-Horned Alexander by Frank R. Stockton
  4. But 'tis wild blood! ” – The Moon out of Reach by Margaret Pedler
  5. “ " But I never saw wild flowers like those," she said to Connor. ” – The Garden of Eden by Max Brand
  6. Don't you know why I do such wild crazy things? ” – The Salamander by Owen Johnson
  7. Pardon,- you are thinking me foolish,- wild eh? ” – The Story of a Mine by Bret Harte
  8. “ " Perhaps they are wild ponies," said Little Raven. ” – Three Sioux Scouts by Elmer Russell Gregor
  9. “ Percy's just wild to go back. ” – The Luckiest Girl in the School by Angela Brazil
  10. “ " I was nearly wild to dance last night," said Peter. ” – The Honorable Peter Stirling and What People Thought of Him by Paul Leicester Ford
  11. But the wild people fight and go away again. ” – The Flute of the Gods by Marah Ellis Ryan
  12. You little wild bird, are you afraid of Love? ” – Lavender and Old Lace by Myrtle Reed
  13. None of the Bunker children had thought of the Indians they had seen as really wild Indians. ” – Six Little Bunkers at Cowboy Jack's by Laura Lee Hope
  14. “ I won't have my wild things shot. ” – The Gay Cockade by Temple Bailey
  15. About the time, That May before she finished High School, Elenor Broke loose, ran wild do you remember, Carl? ” – Domesday Book by Edgar Lee Masters
  16. “ " It is the only way to get close to these wild people. ” – The Captain of the Gray-Horse Troop by Hamlin Garland
  17. It was a wild thought, but yet why not- why not? ” – Northern Lights, Complete by Gilbert Parker Last Updated: March 12, 2009
  18. And he was pretty young and kind of wild – Ride Proud, Rebel! by Andre Alice Norton
  19. That poor girl must be half wild – The Bag of Diamonds by George Manville Fenn
  20. His eyes were wild his face white and set. ” – Sundown Slim by Henry Hubert Knibbs

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