wildness in English
[wild·ness || 'waɪldnɪs]
condition of being wild; state of being undomesticated; state of being uncultivated
Use "wildness" in a sentence
1. He retained his wildness and wiliness.
2. Liza had always had a tendency to wildness.
3. She has a spice of wildness in her character.
4. She stared at him with wildness in her eyes.
5. His jerkin on the reins only add to the horse's wildness.
6. The grounds were a perfect balance between neatness and natural wildness.
7. Its wildness and this elegiac calm met, circled each other, and survived.
8. There is neither a tree nor a wild flower in this wildness.
9. He had come to love the danger and the wildness of his life.
10. She had rid herself of every remnant of that tonic wildness.
11. The element of wildness in his behavior was a protest against repressive convention.
12. The promised land always lies on the other side of a wildness.
13. Studied the tissue cultures and rapid propagation of Lishui wildness Bletilla striate.
14. Nature and wildness have been important subjects in various eras of world history.
15. 16 The neutral appearance set off the agitation of wildness, selfhood and frankness.
16. 25 Primitiveness is of esthetics, while wildness represents the most bewitching element in Indian furniture.
17. The wildness that shot up into the eye the moment the lips were yanked back.
18. His taunting inclination subdued for a moment by the old man's grief and wildness.
19. When shooting in wildness, photographers usually shoot with long telephoto lenses from a distance.
20. 6) It has been born of a compromise between wildness and tameness, between Nature and Man.
21. Perhaps this is behind Thoreau's dictum: In wildness is the salvation of the world.
22. I tell how there may be a better wildness of logic than of inconsequence.
23. Primitiveness is of esthetics, while wildness represents the most bewitching element in Indian furniture.
24. Their-very wildness provides ideal shelter in which guerrillas can hide and from which to launch attacks.
25. One of the darkest evils of our world is surely the unteachable wildness of the Good.
26. 4 The Gardiner entrance to Yellowstone -- the demarcation between civilization and wildness -- is an arch without a door.
27. Koumiss transmits wildness, boldness and hospitality of Mongolian, Qingke barley beer ferments simple character of the Tibetan.
28. They had a pleasant evening, but the vein of wildness that Jessica had lost on meeting Mallachy never returned.
29. Something was beginning to happen to her, an excitement, a wildness that caught her by the throat.
30. The Gardiner entrance to Yellowstone -- the demarcation between civilization and wildness -- is an arch without a door.
31. 24 But, instead, he drew back, repelled and almost frightened by the flooding, uncontrolled wildness of the emotion.
32. Or it may be that these animals somehow embody that peculiar quality of untamed wildness that readers admire and appreciate.
33. 20 Or it may be that these animals somehow embody that peculiar quality of untamed wildness that readers admire and appreciate.
34. 15 Or it may be that these animals somehow embody that peculiar quality of untamed wildness that readers admire and appreciate.
35. It was comfortable with its premature senescence but at the same time was wired with a wildness and youthful energy.
36. Hawaii wasn't like that at all; we were just pure metal wildness played really fast and with a lot of chops.
37. And I welcome the hint of wildness which the brown heather spilling over their brow brings to my tame lowland domain.
38. "IN GOD'S wildness lies the hope of the world, " opined John Muir, the great (Scottish-born) American naturalist and defender of Yosemite National Park.
39. There is no air conditioning in the rooms, and the breeze through the opposite screen windows brings you the smell of the wildness.
40. I wouldn't encounter a similar wildness until a day in my twenties when, diving in the Caribbean, a school that seemed more like a herd of aptly named bigeye tuna surged past.
41. Charles Darwin described hybrids of game birds and domestic fowl in The Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication: Mr. Hewitt, who has had great experience in crossing tame cock-pheasants with fowls belonging to five breeds, gives as the character of all 'extraordinary wildness' (13/42.