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Origin of tameless

First recorded in 1590–1600; tame + -less
Related formstame·less·ly, adverbtame·less·ness, noun
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Historical Examples of tameless

  • The Nancy that was stands on tiptoe, every eager and tameless bit of her hoping, hoping.

    Young People's Pride

    Stephen Vincent Benet

  • This tameless wild doe would crouch like a spaniel, and be yoked as a beast of burden,—if I chose.

  • She turned her tameless, moon-pale eyes upon Jackson in the doorway, and bared her teeth in a soundless snarl.

    The Secret Trails

    Charles G. D. Roberts

  • The Goths, accustomed for generations to their tameless freedom, have not acquired the habit of obedience to the laws.

    Theodoric the Goth

    Thomas Hodgkin

  • I was born with the most imperious, haughty, tameless spirit, with which ever mortal was gifted.