wild1 S3 W2
living in a natural state, not changed or controlled by people [≠ tame]:
plants/animals[usually before noun]HB
a field full of wild flowers
animals both wild and domesticated
not used by people for farming, building etc:
Nepal is stunning, with its wild, untamed landscape.
the wild and lonely Scottish hills
feeling or expressing strong uncontrolled emotions, especially anger, happiness, or excitement:
He was wild with rage.
behaving in an uncontrolled, sometimes violent way:
She was completely wild in high school.
Donny could be wild and crazy.
There was a wild look about her (=she seemed a little crazy).
to behave in a very excited uncontrolled way:
The crowd went wild as soon as the singer stepped onto the stage.
to get very angry:
When Tony heard how much it was going to cost, he just went wild.
very enjoyable and exciting:
'How was the party?' 'It was wild!'
to like something or someone very much:
My son's wild about football.
I'm not that wild about rap music, to be honest.
done or said without much thought or care, or without knowing all the facts:
without careful thought
I'm just making a wild guess here, so correct me if I'm wrong.
beyond anything that someone imagined or hoped for:
an invention that was to change our lives beyond our wildest dreams
used to say that you did not expect or imagine that something would happen, especially after it has happened:
Never in my wildest dreams did I expect to win first place.
violent and strong:
a wild and angry sea
a card that is wild can be used to represent any other card in a game