noun, plural wild·cats, (especially collectively) wild·cat for 1–4.
verb (used without object), wild·cat·ted, wild·cat·ting.
verb (used with object), wild·cat·ted, wild·cat·ting.
Origin of wildcat
Words nearby wildcat
Example sentences from the Web for wildcat
The Kansas State Wildcats, meanwhile, are protected by a Thundercats-inspired Willie the Wildcat.
The Wildcat divided his winnings and laid fifty dollars on the table.
In that instant a wildcat landed on her back and a vicious claw reached for her face.The Revellers|Louis Tracy
The rabbi counted out two hundred dollars, but before the Wildcat threw the dice the Mud Turtle beside him spoke up.
He fought by the side of our Harold when he tamed Griffith, the wildcat of Wales.
He had been hearing the cries of the wildcat for several nights.The Bradys After a Chinese Princess|Francis Worcester Doughty
British Dictionary definitions for wildcat
noun plural -cats or -cat
- of or relating to an unsound business enterprisewildcat stock
- financially or commercially unsounda wildcat project