Similes: Wild

Wild as vulture’s cry. —Æschylus

Wild as the winds that tear the curled red leaf in the air. —Thomas Bailey Aldrich

Wild as Winter. —Beaumont and Fletcher

As wild as game in July. —Dion Boucicault

Wild as one whom demons seize. —Charlotte Brontë

Wild and capricious as the wind and wave. —James Cawthorn

Wilde as chased deere. —Thomas Churchyard

A landscape rose
More wild and waste and desolate than where
The white bear, drifting on a field of ice,
Howls to her sundered cubs with piteous rage
And savage agony. —Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Wild as the lightning. —Aubrey De Vere

Wild as dreams. —Ralph Waldo Emerson

Wild as a sea-breeze. —Nathaniel Hawthorne

Wild as if creation’s ruins
Were heaped in one immeasurable chain
Of barren mountains, beaten by the storms
Of everlasting winter. —James A. Hillhouse

Wild as a fiend. —Sigmund Krasinski

Wild and woful, like the cloud rack of a tempest. —Henry W. Longfellow

Wild as an unbroken horse. —Maria Lowell

Wild as the heart of a bird. —Edwin Markham

Wild as flowers upon a river’s brink. —George Edgar Montgomery

Wild as young bulls. —William Shakespeare

Wild … as regret. —Marie Van Vorst 

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