Etymology
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wildness (n.)

early 14c., "unrestrained behavior," from wild (adj.) + -ness. Late 14c. as "frenzy;" mid-15c. as "undomesticated state."

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Definitions of wildness

wildness (n.)
a feeling of extreme emotional intensity;
the wildness of his anger
Synonyms: abandon
wildness (n.)
the property of being wild or turbulent;
Synonyms: ferocity / fierceness / furiousness / fury / vehemence / violence
wildness (n.)
an unruly disposition to do as one pleases;
Liza had always had a tendency to wildness
the element of wildness in his behavior was a protest against repressive convention
wildness (n.)
an intractably barbarous or uncultivated state of nature;
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