Similar words: tantamount, tame, bantam, famed, lame duck, ashamed, far-famed, contaminate. Meaning: adj. in a natural state; not tamed or domesticated or cultivated.
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1 Nepal is stunning, with its wild, untamed landscape.
2 Her untamed curls fell around her face.
3 The interior of Corsica is high and untamed.
4 He was so angry, he was like a untamed beast.
5 I was impressed by these untamed people.
6 Untamed, they can indulge their short-term and promiscuous male sexuality and many do.
7 Untamed horses roamed free in the wilds of the American plains.
8 Never allow your mind to wander untamed like a wild animal that exists on the basis of survival of the fittest. Tame your mind with consistent focus on your goals and desires. Stephen Richards
9 Liddesdale was still a sullen,[www.Sentencedict.com] untamed region populated by people as prickly and hostile as they had always been.
10 The Gap is an untamed wilderness of jungle and swampland with no road infrastructure whatsoever, and it's officially off-limits to foreign travelers.
11 Brad and Angelina may have been too untamed once for anything as stuffy as a marriage license. But then they had children have already done their domesticating damage.
12 Dual personality: untamed nature, meek, the art college China painting research direction graduate student graduates.
13 In the untamed frontier of the Kamchatka Peninsula, poaching keeps the bears at risk.
14 Vast expanses of untamed wilderness punish intruders with feral brutality.
15 Lydia was Lydia still untamed , unabashed, wild , noisy, and fearless.
16 In the untamed early days of the American West, pronghorn like those pictured here in Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park were plentiful and proud and moved freely.
17 Millions of women died and with them a certain untamed aspect of the female spirit.
18 Girls of four don't wet their beds night after night. Like some untamed beast.
19 Above the town rose the 4,000-foot peak of Mount Wellington, the only vestige of untamed nature.
20 Or it may be that these animals somehow embody that peculiar quality of untamed wildness that readers admire and appreciate.
21 These were the first railways, the first means of crossing wide open spaces that are still vast and untamed, even today.
22 After all, these are the Galiuro Mountains, a mostly untamed range of the old west 70 miles northeast of Tucson.
23 They were certainly the first means of crossing wide open spaces that are still vast and untamed, even today.
24 When we speak of black panthers, the others think of predatory animals. We, however, think of the untamed dangerousness of architecture.
25 Such wild men haunted the forests of medieval and renaissance romance: irrational, carnivorous, dangerous, untamed.
26 He owns a cacao plantation in this swath of untamed cloud forest in northern Venezuela, where ocelots dart under towering saman trees and howler monkeys shriek at visitors.
27 Tutor's care is the glim of her eyes, and the untamed light of all our life in the experience world and a eternal ideal world.
28 While rookies head straight for the tourist trap, Kenting beach, we'll take you on an adventure to explore the untamed side of Pingtung County.
29 Eventually they went to Massachusetts, which was covered in untamed forest.
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