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  • noun A savage person without culture.

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Examples

  • This strategy is the art of convincing an opponent that the wildman is a complete lunatic and therefore capable of truly random throws.

    THE OFFICIAL ROCK PAPER SCISSORS STRATEGY GUIDE

  • This strategy is the art of convincing an opponent that the wildman is a complete lunatic and therefore capable of truly random throws.

    THE OFFICIAL ROCK PAPER SCISSORS STRATEGY GUIDE

  • Finally, Forth discusses the modern phenomena of cryptozoology, and its interest in (particularly non-European) "wildman" accounts.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Wood "equivalent to" silvaticus "or" wildman "-- a term which, as we learn from Ordericus, was generally given to those Saxons who fled to the woods and morasses, and long held them against their Norman enemies.

    Notes and Queries, Number 51, October 19, 1850

  • “This here is one stubborn fella,” the wildman said.

    June 24th, 2009

  • Yes | No | Report from wildman wrote 16 weeks 6 days ago nice picture.

    Field & Stream

  • Be that as it may, one man did: the wildman Teodorq Nagarajan.

    March 13th, 2009

  • Yes | No | Report from wildman wrote 16 weeks 6 days ago nice picture.

    Field & Stream

  • A harper, a wildman, and a khitmutgar unclear on aţangku.

    April 5th, 2009

  • She also bore another wildman, a science-wallah, a eunuch, a freemartin, and the Princess of the Farther Spaces.

    April 5th, 2009

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