A man has written of an old Tartar that he was a tameless gorilla—a gorilla without a tame!
The Nancy that was stands on tiptoe, every eager and tameless bit of her hoping, hoping.
His only virtues were courage and patience, but they were counterbalanced by a tameless ferocity.
This tameless wild doe would crouch like a spaniel, and be yoked as a beast of burden,—if I chose.
Make but appeal to the spirit—the proud and tameless spirit—and how the flesh answered!
The Goths, accustomed for generations to their tameless freedom, have not acquired the habit of obedience to the laws.
This tameless, mountain-lapped, hemlock-tinted river had long been our fancied cynosure.
We were all busy at this, when a head again appeared over the hedge—a big, leonine head with a tossing mane and a tameless beard.
I was born with the most imperious, haughty, tameless spirit, with which ever mortal was gifted.
His whole person, bearing, and frame bore out the impression of a tameless spirit.