Definition from macmillandictionary.com
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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.
wild mountainous regions
a wet and wild night
Hernandez entered the boxing ring to wild cheers.
The noise drove him wild with terror.
When Pascal scored, the fans went wild.
his wild student days
They have some pretty wild parties.
He’s really wild about bluegrass music.
I’m not wild about the idea.
They make all sorts of wild promises, but nobody believes them.
I don’t know, I’ll have to make a wild guess.
a wild throw/shot/pitch