Characterized by or showing hostility; unforgiving:
Opaque, with good contrast between light and dark areas. Used of a photographic negative.
Highly excited with strong emotion or frustration; frenzied:
Very active and unpredictable; volatile:
Inclined to make trouble; unruly.
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.
Noisy and lively; loud and exuberant
Wildly excited or active; frantic; frenzied.
Characterized by violent emotions, passions, speech, or actions:
Full of unrestrained enthusiasm or joy:
Having a particular character by nature:
Unstudied or effortless:
Of or like a barbarian
Difficult to melt or work; resistant to heat:
Not controlled or held in check; immoderate:
Characterized by a rich growth of vegetation
Overspread with foliage
Of, relating to, or characteristic of an orgy.
The definition of waste is a wild or uninhabited place.
Barren and uninhabited; desolate:
Full of or consisting of weeds:
Impossible to penetrate or enter:
Having no residents; not inhabited.
Not cultivated by standard agricultural methods:
Not cared for or looked after; neglected
Gone away; on the way
Mentally or emotionally upset or unbalanced
(Archaic) Sharp; keen
Having or marked by keen interest and enthusiasm:
Morally unrestrained, esp. in sexual activity; lascivious
Given to or characterized by reckless waste; wildly extravagant:
The definition of reckless is something that is done foolishly, carelessly, or without thinking about the consequences.
Not orderly; untidy; unsystematic
Difficult to keep in place or in order:
Characterized by simplicity or crudity; unsophisticated:
The definition of mistaken is someone or something that is wrong, misguided or based on faulty or incorrect information.
Contrary to conscience, morality, or law:
Showing, or intended to excite, lust or sexual desire, esp. in an offensive way; lascivious
Resulting from or acting with ill-considered haste or boldness.
To become wild or undisciplined
Of, resembling, or having the habits of cannibals
Exceeding the bounds of something; roving; hence, foreign.
Showing evidence of moral and intellectual advancement; humane, ethical, and reasonable:
Simple; natural; free from affectation
Lacking polish or finesse:
Of, relating to, or characteristic of barbarians.
Having or showing little skill or development; primitive
Not cultured or cultivated:
Resistant to authority or discipline; recalcitrant.
Difficult to manage, deal with, or change to an acceptable condition:
Without law; not regulated by the authority of law
The definition of obstinate is extremely stubborn and determined to have your own way.
The definition of obstreperous is someone that is noisy and hard to control.
Difficult to manage or deal with:
Squandered or wasted
The definition of dissolute is immoral and involved in improper conduct.
Firm in loyalty:
The definition of gay is someone or something bright or happy.
Without self-restraint, esp. in regard to sexual activity
Without inhibition; esp., free from the usual social or psychological restraints, as in behavior
Not raised or leavened.
Violently disturbed or agitated, as by storms
Characterized by violent emotions or actions; tumultuous:
Very loud; noisy:
(--- Chiefly Southern US) Rude:
(Baseball) Amateurish behavior, short for "bush league behavior"
An unsettled, uncultivated region, especially:
Based on little or no evidence or probability; unfounded:
A group of organisms ranking above a family and below a class.
Not submitting to discipline or control
Not submitting to discipline or control
Lacking in moral restraint
Nearly or completely motionless; undisturbed:
Having no ground or foundation; unsubstantiated:
Inexperienced or about to gain first experience in a given activity or field:
Occurring without restraint and frequently, widely, or menacingly; rife:
Close to a successful solution or conclusion:
(Informal) Unrestrained, as with enthusiasm or appetite; wild:
The definition of bestial is savage, or like a beast or wild animal.
Marked by extreme contrasts and incongruities of color, design, or style
Free from troubles or worry
Maddened, driven insane.
Out of control.
Exceedingly great in size or degree; extravagant:
Of or suggestive of a wild animal; savage:
Fierce; savage; violently cruel
Hostile and violent, especially by nature or temperament; ferocious:
Of, relating to, or being the grotesque style in art or a work executed in this style.
C. 1841, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Journals and Miscellaneous Notebooks, published 1960, page 18:
Incapable of dealing efficiently with practical matters, especially finances.
Not sane; mentally ill or deranged; demented; mad
Deeply felt; profound:
Irrational is defined as lacking reason or understanding.
Containing or producing nuts:
(Informal) Exciting great admiration or praise; notable
Luxuriant or profuse
Having the nature of or characteristic of a rowdy; rough, quarrelsome, etc.
Not founded on fact or truth; baseless
Severe, powerful, or intense; fierce:
That can be managed; controllable, tractable, contrivable, etc.
Arranged in, conforming to, or exhibiting some regular order; systematic
(Of a rule or punishment) Of only moderate severity.
Slight and shapely; lovely; graceful.
(Chiefly New England & Midland US) Inflamed and painful:
Located in a dismal or remote area.
talking or behaving irrationally
Having no basis in fact; unfounded
Being a period of time in which there is little or no activity:
in an uncontrolled and rampant manner
a wild primitive state untouched by civilization
Of or having to do with the theories, dynamics, etc. of mathematical chaos
Reckless, uninhibited, or zany
Conspicuously unconventional; bizarre.
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