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run wild

verb as in cut loose

verb as in rampage

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This little nook is the perfect spot for some quiet reading time or to let your imagination run wild.

Keep Red at the center, retool everything around him, and let the show run wild.

His long black mane, a hipster staple run wild, has grown into legend.

Am I suggesting we give Big Dogs carte blanche to run wild, bedding every pretty young thing who catches their eye?

Especially in Afghanistan, where men run wild and have weapons and can go for days up and down mountains.

The dooryard was covered with a heavy sod and the ancient flower beds had run wild with weeds.

A dozen of the hunters dismounted at once, letting their horses run wild through the park.

He ought to break loose from her and run wild for a while—ought to rough it out West on fat sow bosom and heifer's delight.

White rabbits don't run wild in the woods, and Bumper was almost as much a mystery to the crow as the latter was to the former.

Because he lets them run wild and puts them to work early, children are an asset to the low-standard foreigner.


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On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to run wild, such as: go berserk, kick up one's heels, let go, let one's hair down, run amok, and run riot.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.