wild (adj.) Old form(s): wilde
erratic, irregular, unruly
2H4 V.ii.123[King Henry V to his brothers] My father is gone wild into his grave, / For in his tomb lie my affections [i.e. my wildness has gone to the grave with my father]
MW III.iv.8[Fenton to Anne, of Page] other bars he lays before me - ... my wild societies
TNK III.iii.24.1[Palamon to Arcite, of 'mad lodging ... in the wild woods'] Yes, for them / That have wild consciences
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