Today’s Word


  • homebody, denizen, dweller, habitant, inhabitant.
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Antonyms of WILD:
tame, tamed, domestic, docile, broken, domesticated, sane, gentle, subdued, supported, civilized, passionless, civilised, mild, cultivated, broken in, safe, realistic, calm, unenthusiastic, hospitable, controlled, certain, incontrovertible, rational, substantial, consistent, indisputable, reasonable, true, demonstrable, indubitable, sagacious, undeniable, demonstrated, infallible, sensible, unquestionable, established, logical, sound, wise, incontestable, familiar, semidomesticated, submissive, halterbroken, housebroken, trained, semicivilized, socialized, busted, gentled, inhabited, developed, seminatural, halcyon, peaceful, placid, quiet, serene, tranquil, bright, clear, clement, cloudless, fair, sunny, sunshiny, unclouded, average, commonplace, everyday, garden, normal, ordinary, prosaic, routine, run-of-the-mill, standard, typical, unexceptional, unremarkable, usual, workaday, conformist, conservative, conventional, expected, knee-jerk, predictable, common, customary, frequent, habitual, regular, wonted, undisturbed, unperturbed, untroubled, moderate, temperate, casual, easygoing, low-pressure, balanced, relaxed, cultured, enlightened, humane, sophisticated, genteel, polished, polite, refined, urbane, well-bred, incurious, insouciant, nonchalant, unconcerned, uninterested, aloof, detached, disinterested, impassive, stolid, halfhearted, lackadaisical, languid, languorous, lukewarm, spiritless, averse, disinclined, hesitant, loath, reluctant, unwilling, apathetic, indifferent, uneager.
Examples of usage:
  1. And she laughed, a wild laugh.
    "They Call Me Carpenter", Upton Sinclair.
  2. He is a wild, strange man.
    "Little Tora, The Swedish Schoolmistress and Other Stories", Mrs. Woods Baker.
  3. Nature failed, and already a wild despair came over him.
    "Cord and Creese", James de Mille.