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feral [FEER-uhl, FER-]

adjective
1. existing in a natural state, as animals or plants; not domesticated or cultivated; wild.
2. having reverted to the wild state, as from domestication
3. of or characteristic of wild animals; ferocious; brutal.

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/feral


Huckleberry, quite fed up with the Widow's attempts to "sivilize" him, tore off his nice jacket and shoes in an effort to gain back some of his old feral state of living.
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