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- adj. Wild, uncontrolled, especially of animals not domesticated or trained to human contact.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not tamed.
- Not subdued; not brought under control: as, a turbulent, untamed mind.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. in a natural state; not tamed or domesticated or cultivated
Tree-huggers will relish their seclusion at two ancient forests on both coasts, while water-lovers will delight in untamed Texan rafting adventures, snorkeling at an underwater Floridian marine park, or whale-watching on a Canadian cape.
Her hair has the kind of untamed volume mostly seen on those who've yet to feel the pressures of an aesthetically constrained professional environment.
Or are they double-edged swords? awards that demand feelings of gratitude towards southern benefactors as day-to-day problems are swept swiftly under the "untamed" carpet?
Claire Stigliani has the kind of untamed imagination that could only come of a rare childhood.
I thought that "untamed" was supposed to mean; DIY.
"untamed" ... and there's no Adam D backing vocals
The untamed mix of ways to write similar sounds perplexes English-users galore, native as well as adoptive.
Be sure to bring along a good supply of water and perhaps a few snacks as there are no services on the long stretch of untamed beach.
Since last year, molecular gastronomy hasn't exactly evaporated, but now you might get trampled by dozens of upscale chefs who are rushing to harvest dinner from the underbrush and under rocks - or assembling dishes that looked like they might be untamed gardens.
So while you may well indict me for taking my trophy-hunt analogy too far, can you really blame me if I choose to spend my free time neutering free-roaming cats with untamed abandon?