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Synonym: carelesserratichastyimmoralimpetuouslooserecklessunchasteuncontrolledunreasonablewaywardwhimsicalwildSimilar words: antonymwantcount oncomment onwannawanderswankynow and thenMeaning: ['wɑntən /'wɒn-] n. lewd or lascivious woman. v. 1. waste time; spend one's time idly or inefficiently 2. indulge in a carefree or voluptuous way of life 3. spend wastefully 4. become extravagant; indulge (oneself) luxuriously 5. engage in amorous play 6. behave extremely cruelly and brutally. adj. 1. occurring without motivation or provocation 2. casual and unrestrained in sexual behavior. 
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1. Rampant spread of those wanton in the night.
2. A wanton woman prefers brawn to brains.
3. The weeds grew in wanton profusion.
4. She is living in wanton luxury.
5. It was wanton, moronic vandalism.
6. She rolls her eyes, and gets this wanton look on her face whenever she tells me how sexy he is.
7. Feeling drugged and quite incredibly wanton, she moved her fingers to his jaw.
8. Rapport, the community newspaper, describes it as wanton damage and wilful vandalism.
9. The tension between them was destroyed with such wanton savagery that Melanie fell limply back and struggled with tears.
10. We will stop the wanton sale of school playing fields and ensure that sport takes its proper place within the curriculum.
11. Such flouting of values, such wanton disregard for respectable priority, had often been remarked upon.
12. Pop music is glitzy, wanton, and problematic.
13. Terrified that he would guess her wanton reaction to the heart-stopping touch of his hand, Isabel jerked her head away.
14. The Road to Wigan Pier's wanton polemics against effete intellectuals and strident feminists are suffused by homophobia.
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15. Since the wound was wanton and exhibitions, so have lost their pain.
16. Put a Cantonese wanton wrapping between 2 spoons, deep-fry in hot oil to form a small golden bowl, take it out, strain, and set aside.
17. We abate something of the wanton extravagance of our pretensions.
18. Select a suitable stage of life, the wanton play!
19. Propagator of wanton recklessly caused by personal injury should be held civilly liable.
20. She was surprised by a wanton thought that rushed into her mind.
21. The Home Secretary, David Blunkett, took a tough line, saying that he would not tolerate wanton destruction and violence.
22. It tells of homes set aflame, planes dropping turpentine bombs and the wanton shooting of unarmed black men on the street.
23. As stated in the supplement, the heritage erosion is due to ignorance, and not wanton destruction.
24. Despite their spartan, isolated lifestyle, there are no stories of women being raped or wanton violence against civilians.
25. He was careless of his own safety and showed wanton disregard for everyone else.
26. In loud, sepulchral tones, this vision warned James to give up war and consorting with wanton women.
27. To hear you talk, anyone would think I was some kind of wanton, a man-stealer.
28. Marry as I order you or I brand you as wanton for everyone to scorn.
29. A lover may bestride the gossamer idles in the wanton summer air, and yet not fall.
30. Nuptial love maketh mankind; friendly love perfecteth it; but wanton love corrupted, and embaseth it.
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