Rick Perry is also a wild card and we have to see if he is going to live up to the hype or be another bomb like Fred Thompson.
I was rooting for the Yankees to not make the wild card as much as I was rooting for the Red Sox to win it all.
Graham is Kapur's wild card, especially because Graham does face reelection in 2014.
The wild card is his father, Robert, who has so far sounded like a knee-jerk far-right ideologue.
Barack Obama was just the wild card the nation needed to be played.
The centrist, pro-guns Halvorson certainly would seem a wild card.
Hurricane season has always been a wild card in Florida during the summer.
While Collins lost this match, her $9,100 total was enough to earn a wild card and advance.
On the other is the wild card—N.C. State was not supposed to make it this far.
There was one time a tailor, and he was a wild card, always going to sprees.
: the wild-card slot/ last year's wildcard team
[fr poker and other games, where in some cases one or more wild cards, having any value the player desires, may be designated]
operating system, programming, text
(From card games in which certain cards, often the joker, can act as any other card) A special character or character sequence which matches any character in a string comparison, like ellipsis ("...") in ordinary written text.
In Unix filenames '?' matches any single character and '*' matches any zero or more characters. In regular expressions, '.' matches any one character and "[...]" matches any one of the enclosed characters.
See also Backus-Naur Form.