Synonyms for tame
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One who is docile is easily taught; one who is tractable is easily led; one who is pliant is easily bent in any direction; compliant represents one as inclined or persuaded to agreement with another's will. Compare DUTY.
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flat and uninspiring
delirious, undomesticated, unregenerate, chaotic, mad, frenzied, ferine, obstinate, untamed, wild, semi-wild, disorderly, excited, savage, unrestrained, feral, frantic, unbroken, manic, unsubdued, stubborn, exciting
very restrained or quiet
"a tame Christmas party"; "she was one of the tamest and most abject creatures imaginable with no will or power to act but as directed"
unsubdued, savage, disorderly, mad, semi-wild, feral, chaotic, frenzied, unbroken, wild, undomesticated, ferine, unregenerate, frantic, manic, stubborn, delirious, unrestrained, excited, obstinate, exciting, untamed
brought from wildness into a domesticated state
"tame animals"; "fields of tame blueberries"
stubborn, unrestrained, wild, delirious, untamed, exciting, unbroken, feral, ferine, frantic, frenzied, savage, undomesticated, unregenerate, chaotic, semi-wild, manic, obstinate, unsubdued, excited, disorderly, mad
"tame obedience"; "meek as a mouse"- Langston Hughes
obstinate, unregenerate, mad, manic, semi-wild, disorderly, delirious, frantic, wild, undomesticated, feral, chaotic, exciting, unsubdued, ferine, unbroken, untamed, excited, stubborn, unrestrained, frenzied, savage
tame, chasten, subdueverb
correct by punishment or discipline
chasten, get over, domesticate, naturalise, master, inhibit, conquer, moderate, quash, cultivate, surmount, objurgate, castigate, domesticise, reclaim, suppress, temper, tone down, crucify, subjugate, correct, reduce, subdue, curb, stamp down, domesticize, subordinate, mortify, chastise, overcome, naturalize, keep down, repress
wild, delirious, mad, unsubdued, stubborn, undomesticated, unrestrained, exciting, savage, unregenerate, disorderly, obstinate, untamed, unbroken, frantic, frenzied, ferine, manic, excited, chaotic, feral, semi-wild
tone down, moderate, tameverb
make less strong or intense; soften
"Tone down that aggressive letter"; "The author finally tamed some of his potentially offensive statements"
lead, temper, muffle, mince, hold in, cultivate, mute, domesticize, naturalise, control, chair, moderate, hold, reclaim, naturalize, check, domesticate, soften, tone down, domesticise, damp, dampen, chasten, curb, dull, subdue, contain
disorderly, frantic, feral, semi-wild, undomesticated, exciting, unbroken, untamed, frenzied, stubborn, manic, mad, wild, unregenerate, savage, unsubdued, chaotic, obstinate, excited, unrestrained, ferine, delirious
domesticate, cultivate, naturalize, naturalise, tameverb
adapt (a wild plant or unclaimed land) to the environment
"domesticate oats"; "tame the soil"
chaotic, feral, unbroken, delirious, obstinate, disorderly, ferine, exciting, untamed, frenzied, wild, unsubdued, stubborn, unregenerate, undomesticated, excited, manic, unrestrained, mad, semi-wild, savage, frantic
domesticate, domesticize, domesticise, reclaim, tameverb
overcome the wildness of; make docile and tractable
"He tames lions for the circus"; "reclaim falcons"
ferine, frantic, unsubdued, mad, unrestrained, frenzied, semi-wild, savage, obstinate, untamed, excited, exciting, manic, unbroken, feral, delirious, chaotic, wild, unregenerate, stubborn, undomesticated, disorderly
make fit for cultivation, domestic life, and service to humans
"The horse was domesticated a long time ago"; "The wolf was tamed and evolved into the house dog"
savage, frantic, semi-wild, excited, exciting, unbroken, mad, unregenerate, unsubdued, stubborn, ferine, unrestrained, disorderly, wild, obstinate, chaotic, frenzied, undomesticated, delirious, untamed, manic, feral
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What does TAME stand for? -- Explore the various meanings for the TAME acronym on the Abbreviations.com website.
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They're super tame and friendly.
You're tame, you're so professional, you're an example to any tennis player and I think I can take a leaf out of your book and maybe I can catch you on some titles one day.
The Federal Reserve's dovish tone in its March meeting minutes along with tame wage growth numbers and news that the IMF lowered its outlook for global economic growth to 3.3% for 2019 were boons for longer-dated bond securities, investors were betting that neither the Fed nor other central banks were likely to hike rates anytime soon.
The man for whom law exists - the man of forms, the Conservative, is a tame man.
Man...is a tame or civilized animal never the less, he requires proper instruction and a fortunate nature, and then of all animals he becomes the most divine and most civilized but if he be insufficiently or ill- educated he is the most savage of earthly creatures.
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- amansir, domar, mansCatalan, Valencian
- krotit, krotkýCzech
- tam, tæmmeDanish
- zähmen, [[zahm]] [[werden]], zahmGerman
- εξημερώνομαι, τιθασεύω, δαμάζω, ήμερος, εξημερώνωGreek
- domesticado, domar, manso, amansarSpanish
- kesyyntyä, kesy, kesyttääFinnish
- apprivoiser, apprivoisé, dompter, domestiquerFrench
- ceannsaich, ceannsaichte, callaichScottish Gaelic
- ընտելանալ, ընտելացնել, ընտանիArmenian
- jinak, menjinakkanIndonesian
- spakur, gæfur, taminnIcelandic
- addomesticato, addomesticareItalian
- 길들다, 길들이다, 길들인Korean
- zamLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- temmen, tamDutch
- tam, temmes, temmeNorwegian
- oswajać, oswojonyPolish
- [[ser]] [[domado]], domar, domesticadoPortuguese
- приручи́ться, приручённый, ручной, приручи́ть, прируча́ться, прируча́тьRussian
- pripitomiti, pitom, припитомити, питомSerbo-Croatian
- tämja, tamSwedish
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