Wildish


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Wild´ish


a.1.Somewhat wild; rather wild.
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Round, wildish eyes, slightly near-sighted, completed a physiognomy essentially feline.
I've heard him say, "He's a fine lad, that young Huntingdon, but a bit wildish, I fancy.
Wildish Community Theater downtown has set its sights next door.
Michael Wildish, who is based in New York, has joined the firm as managing director, Mergers and Acquisitions.
Karen Wildish, 37, went berserk and attacked Michael Sheriff with the blade after he changed the channel without her permission.
Ford Aerospace's Peter Wildish said he had a dozen good leads to follow up from his trip, though he had not expected to have such success and make so many contacts.
Haulage firm Cyril Knowles Limited said it was disappointed that Derek Perry, 44, had resigned after being arrested for attacking operations manager Ian Wildish, breaking his nose.
JIM WILDISH IS NOT QUITE SURE WHAT THE BIG DEAL IS.
All of these arts, whether they be martial, medicinal or meditative, are based upon the ancient philosophy of ch'i, and work to bring people in line with what ch'i expert Paul Wildish calls 'the spirit energy that breathes life into our bodies and moves the stars around the cosmos.
Anyone who lives in this wildish winter deserves a good road to drive on.
Tickets for the performance at the Wildish Theater, 630 Main St.
Just over 50 years ago, Thomas Wildish moved his family to Eugene to escape the drought in North Dakota, traded his pickup for a dump truck, and started hauling sand and gravel.