wildish [wahyl-dish] ExamplesWord Origin adjective
- somewhat wild.
There was a wildish boy called ‘St. Ronite,’ who was one of his companions in mischief.
Nina H. Kennard
Round, wildish eyes, slightly near-sighted, completed a physiognomy essentially feline.
Everything has a quiet but wildish pastoral and sylvan look, and the bleating of sheep fills the hollow of the hills.
They have a wildish gipsy look when one sees them camped in the fields, and free-and-easy manners in the village estaminets.
She could frighten a wildish cow and bail up anything that would stay in a yard with her.
Thomas Alexander Browne, AKA Rolf Boldrewood