Orderly and Wild


Orderly adjective - Being clean and in good order.

Wild is an antonym for orderly in well-behaved topic.

Nearby Words: order, ordered, orderliness


Wild adverb - In a confused and reckless manner.
Usage example: as soon as the doors opened, early-morning bargain hunters ran wild through the store

Orderly is an antonym for wild in topics: disorderly, intense, untamed.

Nearby Words: wildly, wilding, wilde

Both words in one sentence

  • Literature / The Rithmatist Wild chalklings fear clocks because humans manage to take something inherently meaningless—the division of time into arbitrary lengths like hours, minutes and seconds—and turn it into orderly laws.
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