Definition of wildness:
obstreperousness, resist, emphasis, unrestraint, fierceness, abandon, bush, fury, fractiousness, ferocity, indocility, peace, craze, unmanageability, unconstraint, obstinacy, obstinateness, wild, uncontrollability, madness, recalcitrancy, force, wantonness, delirium, disorderliness, order, hysteria, ungovernableness, unruliness, vehemence, refractoriness, restraint, intractableness, control, untowardness, recalcitrance, wilderness, incontinence, furiousness, uncontrollableness, abandonment, violence, intractability.
violence (part of speech: noun)
The feeling that she was nearing eternal peace, final sleep in which she should suffer no more, augmented when she alighted from the carriage, and, having passed the garden of Villa Torlonia, she found herself facing the small lake, so grandiose in its smallness by the wildness of its surroundings, and motionless, surprised in even that supreme moment by the magic of that hidden sight, she paused amid the reeds with their red tufts to look at that pond which was to become her tomb, and she murmured: " How beautiful it is!"- "Cosmopolis, Complete", Paul Bourget Last Updated: March 3, 2009.
- "Aylwin", Theodore Watts-Dunton.
He had taken the arc and lost the globe- a sorry old specimen of a man, if the truth were told, a career behind him designed to arouse the wildness of boys, but without appeal and very much to be discouraged by real men.- "Red Fleece", Will Levington Comfort.