Wilde

[ US /ˈwaɪɫd/ ]
NOUN
  1. Irish writer and wit (1854-1900)
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How To Use Wilde In A Sentence

  • But I now understand how fragile its mighty wilderness really is.
  • Wilder grew up loving Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin, but his great idol was famed director Ernst Lubitsch.
  • On an odometer basis, my perambulations around the hearthrug by rocking chair are infinitely more dangerous than an astronaut's wildest rides through space.
  • The news orgs, by contrast, are doing this out of laziness and a hopeless addiction to portraying lefties as a kind of perennially-disappointed lost tribe who will never, ever find their way out of the wilderness. News Orgs: The Left Is Upset With Obama -- Even Though It Isn't
  • What wilderness areas and national parks need is branded lodges and holiday homes that offer a guarantee of quality. Times, Sunday Times
  • Society exists only as a mental concept; in the real world there are only individuals. Oscar Wilde 
  • The complications are considerable, because the wildest creatures live in the wildest places. Times, Sunday Times
  • Leicester were full of verve and energy and, basically, bewildered most of the opposition last season. Times, Sunday Times
  • Kislev is a land of dark pine forests, snow-clad wilderness and wind-swept steppes.
  • They can get better recipes to make popcorn, how they can screw up popcorn so bad bewilders me. Global Voices in English » Kuwait: Cinema Censorship, Quality Woes and Limited Telecom Services
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