- to cause to lose one's way.
- to bewilder.
- to lose one's way.
- to be bewildered.
Origin of wilder1
Examples from the Web for wildered
Historical Examples of wildered
Wildered in a maze of wonders, he knew not what to conjecture.
Natheless, 't was no prince led the wildered folk in the Vision.
Then I began to see Stephen in thy face—and I was 'wildered sore.
An atom of thy creation, wildered in the mazes of ignorance and woe, would bow to thy decrees.
Recovering, she slightly raised herself, leant upon the marble margin of the fountain, and looked about her with a wildered air.Tancred
- to lead or be led astray
- to bewilder or become bewildered
Word Origin for wilder
- Billy, real name Samuel Wilder. 1906–2002, US film director and screenwriter, born in Austria. His films include Double Indemnity (1944), The Lost Weekend (1945), Sunset Boulevard (1950), The Seven Year Itch (1955), Some Like it Hot (1959), The Apartment (1960), and Buddy Buddy (1981)
- Thornton. 1897–1975 US novelist and dramatist. His works include the novel The Bridge of San Luis Rey (1927) and the play The Skin of Our Teeth (1942)