adjective, tam·er, tam·est.
verb (used with object), tamed, tam·ing.
verb (used without object), tamed, tam·ing.
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All you really need for an inspiring commencement address is untamed enthusiasm and a big dream.Chubby Korean Baby Dance, Goat Riding Guy Riding Bike, and More Viral Videos|The Daily Beast Video|June 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Feudal families held much of the power in an untamed empire of mercenary armies warring for control of small sections of land.
Rule-breaking silhouettes are presented against raw and untamed backgrounds.
No paint nor painter could imprison that untamed bit of Satanic mischief on any canvas that ever grew!Miss Billy's Decision|Eleanor H. Porter
The untamed violence of the man had appalled her, but his abrupt resumption of self-control was almost more terrible.The Odds|Ethel M. Dell
The climber here tastes the full enjoyment of an encounter with untamed nature, which calls every thew and sinew into action.The Heart of the White Mountains, Their Legend and Scenery|Samuel Adams Drake
Little Saxon jerked up his head and looked at his master with glaring, untamed eyes.The Short Cut|Jackson Gregory
Madge Wildfire was as eager and untamed as then, but not so her mistress.Rutledge|Miriam Coles Harris