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Definition of Wildly
10 Definitions of Wildly
The definition of wildly, the meaning of word Wildly
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- adj.- living in a natural state, not changed or controlled by people
- n.- in natural and free conditions, not kept or controlled by people
- adv.- in a very uncontrolled or excited way
- n.- the seed of a type of grass that grows in parts of North America and China
- n.- a large wild pig with long hair
- -.- (1854–1900) an Irish writer of poems, stories, and especially humorous plays. He is best known for his playTheimportance of being earnest and for his novelThepicture of dorian gray. He was famous for his wit, and many of the clever and funny things he said in conversations are still remembered. For example, as he was dying, he said ‘Either that wallpaper goes or I do'. He was sent to prison for being homosexual, which was illegal in the UK at that time.
- n.- a playing card that can represent any other card
- -.- the western US, where many European settlers moved during the 19th century to establish new farms and new cities. In films it is often shown as a place where cowboys and IndiansNative Americans fight each other, and where cowboys use guns rather than the law to settle arguments. A situation where there are no laws or controls is sometimes described as being ‘like the Wild West'.
- -.- (1837–76) a US soldier who was one of the first white Americans who went to live in the western US, where he became a marshalsomeone who controls a particular area and makes sure that laws are obeyed. He was known for his skill at shooting, and for his love of gambling (gamble),playing card games for money.
1 Synonym of Wildly
Wildly is worth 13 points in Words with Friends and 14 points in Words with Friends
There are 6 letters in wildly: D I L L W Y