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The wild rose is a familiar sight in woods and hedges.
This trait is common to both domestic and wild dogs.
Hernandez entered the boxing ring to wild cheers.
The noise drove him wild with terror.
When Pascal scored, the fans went wild.
They make all sorts of wild promises, but nobody believes them.
I don’t know, I’ll have to make a wild guess.
I’m not wild about the idea.
Wild horses couldn’t drag her away until she’d got an answer.
This advertisement promises to make you rich beyond your wildest dreams.
Never in my wildest dreams did I think I’d end up here.
This is the British English definition of wild. View American English definition of wild.