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adjective as in broken

adjective as in domesticated

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Winds are the tamest in days, with southerly breezes only occasionally eyeing a 15-mph burst.

She selected a pair of nice jeans and a thin jacket, tamed her curly hair, then drove from Arlington to RedRocks, a pizza place in Columbia Heights.

Honey tames the heat of fresh ginger, which spikes this fruity and festive nonalcoholic drink.

It reminds me a lot of the GoPro Hypersmooth tech, which makes even vigorous motion seem tame.

Italy and France both tightened shutdown measures this week, while Greece announced a three-week lockdown to try to tame the virus.

The arrogance of wealth and power, at home and abroad, is being tamed by civic virtues.

They projected sexual charisma, to be sure, but it was a charisma that was tamed and domesticated for their youngest female fans.

You can draw a fairly straight line from Helms to Karl Rove, who tamed and adapted the approach for a national audience.

A new book tells the story of John Randel Jr., who tamed Manhattan with its famous grid.

Luckily, says Hounsou, the direction society is moving makes this the perfect time for that Wild West to be tamed.

Owen thought he had better let it alone; and Amy tamed the tiger at once by giving it a bit of bread from her basket.

"I thought we had the legislature up yonder tamed," he said, angrily, as he entered the office.

I suppose, in this tamed England of ours, we should feel it artificial; we should fear to let ourselves go.

The cougar is easily tamed, and rendered nearly as familiar as domestic animals.

Though taken ever so young he is not to be tamed; he is naturally ferocious.


On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tamed, such as: beaten, crushed, browbeaten, defeated, demoralized, and depressed.

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