Not capable of being represented as a finite closed polygonal chain. (adjective)
Inaccurately; not on target. (adverb)
The undomesticated state of a wild animal (noun)
a wilderness (noun)
To commit random acts of assault, robbery, and rape in an urban setting, especially as a gang. (verb)
Examples of word wild
The African species exists only in a wild state; and it would appear that individuals of this kind have been measured having the dimensions of the largest of the _wild_ Asiatic elephants.
For all that, it was a wild boar, or rather a boar _ran wild_.
This animal (whose name is sometimes written "huanaca," though the pronunciation is the same with "guanaco" or "guanaca") is larger than the llama, and for a long time was considered merely as the wild llama, or the llama _run wild_, in which you will perceive an essential distinction.
She had been charged with being as wild as _haggards of the rock_; she therefore says, that _wild_ as her _heart_ is, she will tame it _to the hand_.
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