Words nearby wilding
Definition for wilding (2 of 3)
Definition for wilding (3 of 3)
adjective, wild·er, wild·est.
verb (used with object), wild·ed, wild·ing.
Origin of wild
SYNONYMS FOR wild
ANTONYMS FOR wild
OTHER WORDS FROM wild
Examples from the Web for wilding
“The term ‘wilding’ came out of that,” says Zimmer, referring to the attack in Central Park.
How do you approach turning your novel The Wilding into a screenplay?
The most powerful of CEOs is all but sure to drop his eyes and visibly cringe upon suddenly encountering a wilding crew.
“Wilding,” a uniformed officer posted in a radio car near the corner of North Michigan and Chicago avenues said this week.
"But there is something I wish to say, Nick," answered Mr. Wilding, his manner mild.
"I shall back up Mrs. Sinclair's proposition with all my power," said Mrs. Wilding.The Cook's Decameron: A Study in Taste:|Mrs. W. G. Waters
For the rest Blake was as far from suspecting Mr. Wilding's peculiar frame of mind as had Richard been last night.
He looked at Wilding, and from Wilding to the others, and his glance seemed to entreat them to suggest an answer to him.
"He has followed the illustrious example set him by other of Your Majesty's devoted followers," said Wilding.
British Dictionary definitions for wilding (1 of 4)
British Dictionary definitions for wilding (2 of 4)
British Dictionary definitions for wilding (3 of 4)
British Dictionary definitions for wilding (4 of 4)
- rough; untamed; barbarous
- (of theories, plans, etc) not fully thought out
- to grow without cultivation or care
- to behave without restraint
- a free natural state of living
- the wilderness
Derived forms of wildwildish, adjectivewildly, adverbwildness, noun
Word Origin for wild
Idioms and Phrases with wilding
In addition to the idioms beginning with wild
- wild about, be
- wild card
- wild goose chase
- wild horses couldn't drag me
- wild oats
- wild pitch
- go hog wild
- go wilding
- run amok (wild)
- sow one's wild oats