Try Our Apps


Gobble up these 8 terms for eating

wild water

  1. turbulent water in a river, esp as an area for navigating in a canoe as a sport
  2. (as modifier): wild-water racing
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
© William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1979, 1986 © HarperCollins
Publishers 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012
Cite This Source
Examples from the Web for wild water
Historical Examples
  • "They—they ain't worth no ten dollars," wild water said slowly.

    Smoke Bellew Jack London
  • They had no guide but the breaking of the wild water on each side of them.

  • Only a crew of the most skilled paddlers had a chance in that wild water; and such a crew was obedient to the Indian.

    The Inca Emerald Samuel Scoville
  • wild water shook his head sadly and helped himself to the beans.

    Smoke Bellew Jack London
  • "An' don't forget—compliments of me," wild water concluded, relaxing his detaining clutch on the proprietor's shoulder.

    Smoke Bellew Jack London
  • For the moment it seemed that wild water was going to burst or have apoplexy.

    Smoke Bellew Jack London
  • "But suppose I did want to vote twelve hundred shares," wild water was arguing half an hour later.

    Smoke Bellew Jack London
  • wild water paused, with uplifted pen, as he was about to sign.

    Smoke Bellew Jack London
  • "Look here, you two," wild water said in a burst of confidence.

    Smoke Bellew Jack London
  • I'll get wild water here at two o'clock to take delivery of eggs.

    Smoke Bellew Jack London

Word of the Day

Word Value for wild

Scrabble Words With Friends