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Wild West

n.
The western United States during the period of its settlement, especially with reference to its lawlessness.

Wild West

n
(Historical Terms) the western US during its settlement, esp with reference to its frontier lawlessness

Wild′ West′


n.
the western frontier region of the U.S., before the establishment of stable government.
[1850–55, Amer.]
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Noun1.Wild West - the western United States during its frontier period
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