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synonyms for wildnesses

  • anxiety
  • concentration
  • depth
  • earnestness
  • emotion
  • energy
  • excitement
  • ferocity
  • fervor
  • fury
  • magnitude
  • power
  • severity
  • strength
  • tension
  • vigor
  • acuteness
  • ardor
  • deepness
  • emphasis
  • excess
  • extreme
  • extremity
  • fanaticism
  • ferment
  • ferociousness
  • fervency
  • fierceness
  • fire
  • force
  • forcefulness
  • keenness
  • might
  • nervousness
  • potency
  • sharpness
  • strain
  • tenseness
  • vehemence
  • violence
  • volume
  • weightiness
  • wildness
  • high pitch
  • intenseness
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antonyms for wildnesses

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  • apathy
  • calm
  • calmness
  • ease
  • enervation
  • happiness
  • idleness
  • inactivity
  • lethargy
  • peace
  • unimportance
  • weakness
  • powerlessness
  • dullness
  • laziness
  • moderation
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                                          How to use wildnesses in a sentence

                                          She did repay it, because she had no desires towards grubbiness or rebellion, or any wildnesses whatever.
                                          THE GOLDEN SCARECROWHUGH WALPOLE
                                          The proud old widower, Colonel Dalhousie, already sorely tried by his son's wildnesses, could not stomach his flagrant cowardice.
                                          V. V.'S EYESHENRY SYDNOR HARRISON
                                          There came to his mind for an instant a whisper of early prodigalities and wildnesses which he had heard.
                                          SATAN SANDERSONHALLIE ERMINIE RIVES
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