Violent and Wild

Violent

Violent adjective - Marked by great and often stressful excitement or activity.
Usage example: our guest's imminent arrival provoked a violent effort to get the place cleaned up

Wild is a synonym for violent in behaviour topic. In some cases you can use "Wild" instead the word "Violent" as an adjective or a noun, when it comes to topics like property, calm, brutal, frenzied. popular alternative

Nearby Words: violence, violently, violator

Wild

Wild adjective - Marked by turmoil or disturbance especially of natural elements.
Usage example: a wild night, full of wind and rain

Violent is a synonym for wild in behaviour topic. You can use "Violent" instead an adjective "Wild", if it concerns topics such as calm, disorderly, stormy, intense. popular alternative

Nearby Words: wildly, wilding, wilde

Both words in one sentence

  • The Others go completely wild and violent if Remy dares to call himself The Heart of Dimmsdale in front of them.
  • Love Redeems In White Fang, without actually redeeming himself as he retains his wolf instincs, White Fang becomes much less wild and violent after being adopted by Scott, the only master he grows to love.
    Source: Love Redeems
  • While Peter was brilliant, he was too violent and wild to be accepted into battle school, while Ender had all the right qualifications.
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