Never in my wildest dreams did I think he would hold up a bank.
Never in my wildest imagination could I have achieved my lifelong Dream without my Team.
And the wildest pattern is a subtle gray on gray cross-hatching.
I never imagined in my wildest dreams that so many people would sign my petition.
Joey Chestnut nearly lost his seven-year grip on the craziest, wildest, most awesome competitive eating experience in the world.
Sim could not swim, and he began to flop about in the wildest and most unreasonable manner.
And don't trust him at any time; for when he seems most rational, he's wildest in his talk.
Martin stared at the robot with the wildest dawning of surmise.
And he went on to propound the wildest schemes for getting away.
But at last I saw a sight which filled me with the wildest joy.
Old English wilde "in the natural state, uncultivated, undomesticated," from Proto-Germanic *wilthijaz (cf. Old Saxon wildi, Old Norse villr, Old Frisian wilde, Dutch wild, Old High German wildi, German wild, Gothic wilþeis "wild," German Wild (n.) "game"), probably from PIE *ghwelt- (cf. Welsh gwyllt "untamed"), related to the base of Latin ferus (see fierce).
Ursula ... hath bin at all the Salsbury rasis, dancing like wild with Mr Clarks. [letter, 1674]Meaning "sexually dissolute, loose" is attested from mid-13c. U.S. slang sense of "exciting, excellent" is recorded from 1955. The noun meaning "uncultivated or desolate region" is first attested 1590s in the wilds. Baseball wild pitch is recorded from 1867. Wildest dreams first attested 1961 (in Carson McCullers). Wild West first recorded 1849. Wild Turkey brand of whiskey (Austin Nichols Co.) in use from 1942.
"to run wild," Old English awildian (see wild (adj.)). Wilding in the teen gang sense first recorded 1989.