wilding

Part of speech: adjective

Growing wild; uncultivated; undomesticated.

Part of speech: noun

An uncultivated plant; a fruit - tree growing from its own roots among grafted trees.

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Usage examples "wilding":

  1. Lady Wilding, will you oblige me by standing here? - "Cleek: the Man of the Forty Faces", Thomas W. Hanshew.
  2. Speaking for myself, Young Master Wilding- and I never did speak and I never do speak for no one else- I don't want no boarding nor yet no lodging. - "No Thoroughfare", Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins.
  3. Mr. Wilding started to his feet. - "No Thoroughfare", Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins.