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Synonyms for wild
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  1. wild(adjective)

    Antonyms:
    tame

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. wild

    That is absurd which is contrary to the first principles of reasoning; as, that a part should be greater than the whole is absurd. A paradoxical statement appears at first thought contradictory or absurd, while it may be really true. Anything is irrational when clearly contrary to sound reason, foolish when contrary to practical good sense, silly when petty and contemptible in its folly, erroneous when containing error that vitiates the result, unreasonable when there seems a perverse bias or an intent to go wrong. Monstrous and preposterous refer to what is overwhelmingly absurd; as, "O monstrous! eleven buckram men grown out of two," Shakespeare 1 King Henry IV, act ii, sc. 4. The ridiculous or the nonsensical is worthy only to be laughed at. The lunatic's claim to be a king is ridiculous; the Mother Goose rimes are nonsensical. Compare INCONGRUOUS.

    Synonyms:
    absurd, anomalous, chimerical, erroneous, false, foolish, ill-advised, ill-considered, ill-judged, inconclusive, incorrect, infatuated, irrational, ludicrous, mistaken, monstrous, nonsensical, paradoxical, preposterous, ridiculous, senseless, stupid, unreasonable

    Antonyms:
    certain, consistent, demonstrable, demonstrated, established, incontestable, incontrovertible, indisputable, indubitable, infallible, logical, rational, reasonable, sagacious, sensible, sound, substantial, true, undeniable, unquestionable, wise

Princeton's WordNet

  1. wild, natural state, state of nature(noun)

    a wild primitive state untouched by civilization

    "he lived in the wild"; "they collected mushrooms in the wild"

    Synonyms:
    natural state, wilderness, state of nature

    Antonyms:
    tamed, domestic, docile, broken, domesticated, sane, gentle, subdued, supported, civilized, passionless, civilised, tame, mild, cultivated, broken in, safe, realistic, calm, unenthusiastic, hospitable, controlled

  2. wilderness, wild(adj)

    a wild and uninhabited area left in its natural condition

    "it was a wilderness preserved for the hawks and mountaineers"

    Synonyms:
    state of nature, natural state, wilderness

    Antonyms:
    calm, sane, domesticated, broken, hospitable, civilised, mild, civilized, tamed, controlled, gentle, tame, domestic, realistic, docile, unenthusiastic, broken in, supported, safe, passionless, cultivated, subdued

  3. wild(adj)

    marked by extreme lack of restraint or control

    "wild talk"; "wild parties"

    Synonyms:
    furious, waste, dotty, savage, risky, barbarian, tempestuous, raving mad, violent, idle, hazardous, uncivilised, fantastic, untamed, raging, groundless, angry, barbaric, crazy, godforsaken, unfounded, baseless, uncivilized, gaga, unwarranted

    Antonyms:
    subdued, supported, tamed, passionless, cultivated, civilised, gentle, broken, civilized, tame, calm, controlled, domesticated, hospitable, realistic, mild, docile, unenthusiastic, broken in, domestic, sane, safe

  4. wild, untamed(adj)

    in a natural state; not tamed or domesticated or cultivated

    "wild geese"; "edible wild plants"

    Synonyms:
    furious, waste, dotty, savage, risky, barbarian, tempestuous, raving mad, violent, idle, hazardous, uncivilised, fantastic, untamed, raging, groundless, angry, barbaric, crazy, godforsaken, unfounded, baseless, uncivilized, gaga, unwarranted

    Antonyms:
    hospitable, subdued, tame, supported, safe, unenthusiastic, mild, civilized, controlled, domesticated, domestic, calm, realistic, cultivated, broken in, broken, sane, civilised, gentle, passionless, docile, tamed

  5. wild(adj)

    in a state of extreme emotion

    "wild with anger"; "wild with grief"

    Synonyms:
    furious, waste, dotty, savage, risky, barbarian, tempestuous, raving mad, violent, idle, hazardous, uncivilised, fantastic, untamed, raging, groundless, angry, barbaric, crazy, godforsaken, unfounded, baseless, uncivilized, gaga, unwarranted

    Antonyms:
    tame, passionless, broken in, tamed, sane, mild, civilized, broken, docile, controlled, realistic, calm, supported, domestic, hospitable, domesticated, civilised, safe, unenthusiastic, cultivated, gentle, subdued

  6. wild(adj)

    deviating widely from an intended course

    "a wild bullet"; "he threw a wild pitch"

    Synonyms:
    furious, waste, dotty, savage, risky, barbarian, tempestuous, raving mad, violent, idle, hazardous, uncivilised, fantastic, untamed, raging, groundless, angry, barbaric, crazy, godforsaken, unfounded, baseless, uncivilized, gaga, unwarranted

    Antonyms:
    calm, supported, tamed, broken in, domesticated, subdued, controlled, domestic, passionless, gentle, realistic, tame, safe, cultivated, sane, civilized, hospitable, unenthusiastic, broken, civilised, mild, docile

  7. violent, wild(adj)

    (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"

    Synonyms:
    unfounded, trigger-happy, dotty, uncivilised, savage, red, angry, crimson, barbarian, tempestuous, furious, risky, violent, idle, fierce, waste, hazardous, vehement, fantastic, raving mad, raging, groundless, tearing, barbaric, gaga, crazy, godforsaken, untamed, baseless, uncivilized, unwarranted

    Antonyms:
    supported, gentle, cultivated, domesticated, tamed, mild, safe, domestic, docile, controlled, sane, tame, unenthusiastic, broken in, calm, civilized, passionless, realistic, hospitable, civilised, broken, subdued

  8. baseless, groundless, idle, unfounded, unwarranted, wild(adj)

    without a basis in reason or fact

    "baseless gossip"; "the allegations proved groundless"; "idle fears"; "unfounded suspicions"; "unwarranted jealousy"

    Synonyms:
    insupportable, jobless, gaga, raging, violent, untamed, unfounded, unwarrantable, dead, out of work, hazardous, tempestuous, undue, indefensible, godforsaken, dotty, unjustified, uncivilised, uncivilized, waste, baseless, risky, angry, idle, savage, fantastic, barbarian, unjustifiable, crazy, raving mad, unused, groundless, barbaric, furious, light, unwarranted, loose

    Antonyms:
    mild, broken, cultivated, domesticated, civilised, hospitable, subdued, passionless, controlled, supported, broken in, sane, tamed, safe, civilized, docile, unenthusiastic, tame, gentle, domestic, realistic, calm

  9. raving mad, wild(adj)

    talking or behaving irrationally

    "a raving lunatic"

    Synonyms:
    furious, waste, dotty, savage, risky, barbarian, tempestuous, raving mad, violent, idle, hazardous, uncivilised, fantastic, untamed, raging, groundless, angry, barbaric, crazy, godforsaken, unfounded, baseless, uncivilized, gaga, unwarranted

    Antonyms:
    docile, realistic, controlled, domestic, supported, cultivated, passionless, mild, tame, safe, calm, civilised, broken in, hospitable, gentle, domesticated, civilized, broken, unenthusiastic, tamed, subdued, sane

  10. hazardous, risky, wild(adj)

    involving risk or danger

    "skydiving is a hazardous sport"; "extremely risky going out in the tide and fog"; "a wild financial scheme"

    Synonyms:
    furious, waste, dotty, savage, risky, barbarian, bad, speculative, baseless, violent, untamed, idle, hazardous, uncivilised, fantastic, raving mad, raging, groundless, angry, barbaric, crazy, godforsaken, unfounded, high-risk, tempestuous, uncivilized, gaga, unwarranted

    Antonyms:
    tamed, tame, passionless, cultivated, docile, domestic, broken, mild, safe, controlled, broken in, sane, hospitable, supported, calm, unenthusiastic, subdued, realistic, civilized, civilised, gentle, domesticated

  11. fantastic, wild(adj)

    fanciful and unrealistic; foolish

    "a fantastic idea of his own importance"

    Synonyms:
    raging, marvelous, gaga, rattling(a), violent, untamed, unfounded, wondrous, wonderful, grand, marvellous, tremendous, godforsaken, dotty, hazardous, uncivilised, uncivilized, waste, baseless, risky, angry, fantastical, idle, groundless, grotesque, savage, fantastic, antic, terrific, crazy, raving mad, howling(a), barbarian, barbaric, furious, unwarranted, tempestuous

    Antonyms:
    subdued, tame, civilised, broken in, civilized, unenthusiastic, realistic, controlled, hospitable, sane, tamed, calm, domestic, domesticated, mild, cultivated, supported, docile, gentle, safe, broken, passionless

  12. godforsaken, waste, wild(adj)

    located in a dismal or remote area; desolate

    "a desert island"; "a godforsaken wilderness crossroads"; "a wild stretch of land"; "waste places"

    Synonyms:
    furious, waste, dotty, savage, risky, barbarian, tempestuous, raving mad, violent, idle, hazardous, uncivilised, fantastic, untamed, raging, groundless, angry, barbaric, crazy, godforsaken, unfounded, baseless, uncivilized, gaga, unwarranted

    Antonyms:
    realistic, sane, calm, civilized, docile, broken in, domestic, tamed, tame, civilised, safe, subdued, mild, supported, cultivated, gentle, hospitable, domesticated, passionless, controlled, broken, unenthusiastic

  13. crazy, wild, dotty, gaga(adj)

    intensely enthusiastic about or preoccupied with

    "crazy about cars and racing"; "he is potty about her"

    Synonyms:
    raging, round the bend, gaga, senile, nutty, buggy, doddering, brainsick, crackers, dotty, untamed, sick, unfounded, doddery, wacky, kooky, daft, bats, hazardous, unbalanced, nuts, unhinged, kookie, fruity, disturbed, softheaded, bonkers, godforsaken, uncivilised, cracked, haywire, uncivilized, half-baked, waste, baseless, risky, angry, idle, mad, barbarian, savage, fantastic, demented, screwball, loopy, violent, crazy, loco, raving mad, batty, loony, barmy, groundless, barbaric, around the bend, furious, balmy, unwarranted, tempestuous, whacky

    Antonyms:
    hospitable, broken in, supported, tame, broken, cultivated, passionless, docile, civilized, domesticated, safe, tamed, subdued, realistic, gentle, unenthusiastic, sane, calm, controlled, mild, domestic, civilised

  14. barbarian, barbaric, savage, uncivilized, uncivilised, wild(adj)

    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"

    Synonyms:
    raging, brutal, gaga, violent, dotty, untamed, unfounded, ferocious, fierce, cruel, tempestuous, fell, roughshod, ferine, godforsaken, uncivilised, hazardous, uncivilized, waste, baseless, risky, angry, idle, savage, fantastic, groundless, feral, vicious, crazy, raving mad, barbarian, barbaric, furious, unwarranted, barbarous

    Antonyms:
    gentle, broken, sane, calm, civilized, docile, supported, unenthusiastic, tame, safe, passionless, tamed, realistic, broken in, civilised, controlled, mild, hospitable, domesticated, domestic, subdued, cultivated

  15. angry, furious, raging, tempestuous, wild(adverb)

    (of the elements) as if showing violent anger

    "angry clouds on the horizon"; "furious winds"; "the raging sea"

    Synonyms:
    raging, stormy, hot, maddened, gaga, enraged, violent, untamed, unfounded, ferocious, fierce, hazardous, tempestuous, godforsaken, dotty, angered, uncivilised, uncivilized, waste, baseless, risky, angry, idle, infuriated, savage, fantastic, groundless, crazy, raving mad, barbarian, barbaric, furious, unwarranted

    Antonyms:
    gentle, realistic, docile, civilised, subdued, safe, domesticated, cultivated, tamed, domestic, tame, sane, supported, civilized, hospitable, passionless, mild, unenthusiastic, broken in, calm, controlled, broken

  16. rampantly, wild(adverb)

    in an uncontrolled and rampant manner

    "weeds grew rampantly around here"

    Synonyms:
    rampantly

    Antonyms:
    hospitable, mild, controlled, realistic, gentle, calm, tamed, docile, passionless, broken, tame, subdued, civilized, unenthusiastic, domestic, broken in, cultivated, supported, safe, domesticated, civilised, sane

  17. wild(adverb)

    in a wild or undomesticated manner

    "growing wild"; "roaming wild"

    Synonyms:
    rampantly

    Antonyms:
    tame, domestic, gentle, subdued, passionless, realistic, cultivated, mild, docile, tamed, unenthusiastic, calm, broken in, controlled, domesticated, safe, sane, civilized, hospitable, supported, civilised, broken

Editors Contribution

  1. undomestic

    Submitted by anonymous on April 2, 2020  

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How to use wild in a sentence?

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  3. Frank McGee:

    We can't say it enough : Wild animals are not pets, feeding deer habituates them to humans. They lose their fear of humans and that leads to these outcomes that are tragic for both wildlife and people. Injured and orphaned wildlife should be taken to licensed wildlife rehabilitators.

  4. Simon Pokagon:

    Shall not one line lament our forest race, Struck out for you from wild creation's face Freedom-the selfsame freedom you adore-Bade us defend our violated shore.

  5. Washington Tapia:

    SOLAR STORMS MIGHT BE CAUSING GRAY WHALES TO GET LOST The famed Galapagos Conservancyas giant tortoise named Diego fathered 40 percent of all tortoises on Espanola Island in Galapagos Conservancyas. ( San Diego Zoo) The 175-pound Diego is a Chelonoidis hoodensis, a species only found in the wild on the island ofEspanola, according to AFP. He reportedly fathered an estimated 800 offspring as of 2016. He was brought to the U.S. between 1928 and 1933 and placed in a breeding center on the Galapagos Conservancyas island of Santa Cruz, after his species was determined to be critically endangered in the 1960s, according to San Diego Zoo. Based on the results of the last censusconducted at the end of 2019and all the data available since 1960 both of the island and its tortoise population... the conclusion was that the island has sufficient conditions to maintain the tortoise population, which will continue to grow normally even without any new repatriation of juveniles.

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