feral

[ feer-uh l, fer- ]SEE DEFINITION OF feral
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The instinct for the feral spring could no longer be denied.

What conclusions do you derive from the study of the cases of feral men?

It represents the genius of instinct, swift, feral, and unethical.

These plants are common in both cultivated and feral states.

He becomes an outlaw, to be dealt with as any other feral creature.

We have seen that the feral rabbits of Jamaica, and especially of Porto Santo, have assumed new colours and other new characters.

The guinea-fowl in the West Indies, when feral, seems to vary more than in the domesticated state.

With pigeons and fowls, it is not known what variety was first turned out, nor what character the feral birds have assumed.

Travis' own tongue ran across his lips as an impression hit him with feral force.

He had reverted to the feral instincts of desperation—and was suddenly sobered.

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