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wild yamAtlantic yam
(French) fierce, wild; unpolished; shy, lacking social skills, menacingfarouche
(in Dominoes) bank of dominoes that remains after each player has taken a turn; cemetery; place where bones of wild animals are collected; place where old vehicles are stored and used for scrap metal (cars, planes, etc.), place for discarded objectsboneyard
(Slang) complain; criticize, grumble, reddish brown game bird, wild chicken; criticism (Slang)grouse
accustomed to housework, not wild, raised for humans, tamed, housebroken, trained; accustomed to life with mankinddomesticated
act of committing violent and aggressive crimes against innocent bystanders (such as rape, physical assault, etc.), fruit, uncultivated, wild animal, wild apple tree; wild apple; wild plant; wild animal, wild plant or tree, growing wild, wildlingwilding
act of raving, enthusiastic appraisal, extremely positive review or critique, enthusiastic praise, enthusiastic; of trend; of crazy or wild talk, give high praise, large-scale party, speak deliriously, talk frantically; rage, blow or crash violently (a...rave
act violently or riotously, riotousness, wild or frenzied behavior, run rampant, behave wildly, move about furiously, violent behaviorrampage
activity resembling game, animals for hunting, animals killed in a hunt; meat from wild animals (used as food), aspect of game, brave, competition, competitive activity with rules, equipment, event with many sporting contests, fun activity; amusement, ...game
African wild animal, gnuwildebeest
African wild catserval
aggressive, cruel, ferocious; powerful, strong; wild; enraged; extremely bad, very severe (Slang), profound, violent or intensefierce
American tree, N. American tree, wild olivedevilwood
American wild catmargay
American wild catpampas cat
American wild horse, breed of small horses of Spanish origin, first breed of horse used by American Indians; naval officer who was commissioned while he was enlisted (US Navy Slang)mustang
anatomical hollow, cavity or depression in a bone (Anatomy), wild animal resembling catfossa
ancient war machine, type of donkey in southeastern Asia; ancient fighting weapon used to throw stones, wild Asian assonager
angry, full of wrath; wild, raging, infuriated, very energeticfurious
animal having long protruding teeth (elephant, wild boar, etc.), animal with tuskstusker
annual wild plantfluellin; fluellen
any of a number of leguminous plants which bear tall clusters of flowers in a variety of colors (also lupin), plant with tall flower spikes, ravenous, relating to a wolf, wild, rapacious; wolf-likelupine
any of several wild oxen, bison, baffle somebody, confuse, buffalo fish, intimidate somebody, N American bison, see also:bison, type of horned cattlebuffalo
any of various undomesticated black-striped felines; aggressive person; experimental drilling; daring business venture; locomotive without cars (Slang), drill exploratory well, financially unsound business, medium-sized wild feline, not financially saf...wildcat
any wild or cultivated shrubs from the genus Rosa; flower produced by shrubs from the genus Rosa; funnel; bundle of ribbons formed in the shape of a rose, compass card, easy circumstances, flower of a rose shrub, form of various minerals, having a pink...rose
aquatic grass with long narrow leaves, eelgrass, wild celerytape grass
area of wild moorlands divided by fertile valleys in the mid-Pennines, northern EnglandYorkshire Dales
area that has not been cultivated or domesticated, area that is savage and away from civilization, wilderness, desert, enthusiastic or eager, excellent, extremely, in the wild, in the wilderness; uncontrollably; purposelessly, in uncontrolled way, in u...wild
Asian wild asskiang
attendant of goddess Cybele, priest of Cybele, priest that served the Phrygian goddess Cybele wild dancing and music (Ancient Mythology)Corybant
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