from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not tame; wild.
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CARLOS WATSON, CNN POLITICAL ANALYST: For the Republicans, country music seems to be part of NASCAR, seems to be part of that rural lifestyle that you associate today with the Republican party in the red states, whereas for John Kerry and the Democrats, rock and roll with its wildness, with its being a little bit untame, maybe, seems to capture an openness that the Democratic party would suggest they're all about.
'For you are still afraid, perhaps, of mist and tree-shadows and deep water, and untame things.
i wanna see it when you get stoned on a couldy breezy desert afternoon. i wanna see it untame itself and break its owner. i wanna see it now.
‘For you are still afraid, perhaps, of mist and tree-shadows and deep water, and untame things.
Last Valentine's Day, Otlewski wrote this to Pike: "On this day and all the others, you've rendered me untame.
According to www. wikipedia.org, "a feral cat is an unowned and untame cat separated from domestication.