Opposing any kind of control; defiant
(Law) Offensive to good morals and public decency.
Characteristic of a bawd; indecent or humorously coarse; lewd
Not changing in response to argument or other influence; obstinate or intractable:
Impossible to control or govern:
Intense or extreme, especially in emotion:
The definition of skittish is jumpy or easy to frighten.
Inclined to make trouble; unruly.
Not submissive to authority:
Determined to have one's own way; stubbornly and often recklessly willful.
Of, relating to, or done in preparation for the future:
Noisy, boisterous, or unruly, esp. in resisting or opposing
Doing as one pleases; self-willed
The definition of impulsive is to act or speak forcefully or quickly without planning.
(Now Rare) Moving with great force or violence; having great impetus; rushing; furious
Showing or resulting from a lack of sound advice or careful consideration; unwise
Characterized by too great haste or recklessness
Acting or done with a lack of care or caution; careless or irresponsible.
The definition of heedless is a person who is careless.
Stubbornly adhering to an attitude, opinion, or course of action; obdurate.
Resistant to chemical decomposition; decomposing extremely slowly.
Resistant to heat; hard to melt or work
Mischievous, naughty, flirtatious, etc.
Not capable of being persuaded by entreaty; relentless:
The definition of restive is someone who feels nervous when criticized or controlled, or a person or animal that stubbornly refuses to move forward.
Incapable of being changed; unalterable:
Not temperate or moderate, especially in rhetoric or tone; unrestrained:
Of, involving, or occurring during intoxication:
Contrary to the law; unlawful:
Lacking moral restraint; unrestrained.
Having the nature of or characteristic of a rowdy; rough, quarrelsome, etc.
Marked by quarreling.
Having or showing a fixed, firm purpose; determined; resolved; unwavering
Not easily bent; stiff or rigid.
Full of force; powerful, vigorous, effective, cogent, etc.
Not giving in readily; persistent; stubborn
Extremely or irrationally stubborn and intractable.
Contrary to reason or rationality; senseless; unreasonable; absurd
Not determined by reason; capricious; arbitrary; irrational.
Abandoned is defined as unconfined and unconcerned with social norms or restraints.
Given to or characterized by reckless waste; wildly extravagant:
The definition of truculent is rude speech or writing or a cruel person who likes to fight.
The definition of stubborn is being determined not to obey or yield.
Having very strong opinions.
Extremely or irrationally stubborn; headstrong.
Incapable of being governed, restrained, or controlled.
The definition of ornery is someone bad tempered or stubborn.
(Slang) Hard to cope with; difficult or troublesome:
Moving fast or recklessly
Causing danger; ready to do harm or injury.
Resistant to authority or discipline; recalcitrant.
Difficult to carry or maneuver; unwieldy:
Not inhabited or farmed:
Noisy and lively; loud and exuberant
Not obedient; refusing or failing to obey; insubordinate; refractory
Of or suggestive of a wild animal; savage:
Stubbornly contrary and disobedient; obstinate.
Rising in revolt against a government or other established authority.
Turbulent and uncontrollable:
The definition of rambunctious is disorderly and load and wild.
(--- Heraldry) Depicted thus in profile, with one forepaw raised above the other
Without restraint; disorderly; boisterous
Violent, raging, turbulent, etc.
Very loud; noisy:
Reckless; extremely careless; acting with utter disregard for others; implies conduct that is beyond mere negligence. In criminal law, malicious or malevolent intent.
Hard to wield, manage, handle, or deal with, as because of large size or weight, or awkward form
Vigorous or energetic, especially in a rough or noisy way:
(Chiefly Brit.) Rambunctious, boisterous, unruly, etc.
That cannot be repressed or restrained
Reacting easily or readily to suggestion or appeal
Inclined to give way to pressure, argument, or influence; docile.
A standard of comparison for checking or verifying the results of an experiment. In an experiment to test the effectiveness of a new drug, for example, one group of subjects (the control group) receives an inactive substance or placebo , while a comparison group receives the drug being tested.
A group of organisms ranking above a family and below a class.
Not submitting to discipline or control
Not submitting to discipline or control
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