Feral

A domesticated animal which has returned to the wild state.

Feral

describes a species that was once tamed or domesticated and has since reverted to a free-roaming life in the wild.
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feral

[Adjective] Wild and fierce.
Example: The old house was empty except for several feral cats.
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feral

[adj] - wild and menacing
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Feral

A domesticated species that has adapted to existence in the wild state but remains distinct from other wild species. Examples are the wild horses and burros of the West and the wild goats and pigs of Hawaii.
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Feral

Fe'ral adjective [ Latin ferus . See Fierce .] (Bot. & Zoology) Wild; untamed; ferine; not domesticated; -- said of beasts, birds, and plants.
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Feral

Fe'ral adjective [ Latin feralis , belonging to the dead.] Funereal; deadly; fatal; dangerous. [ R.] ' Feral accidents.' Burton.
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feral

<botany, zoology> Wild; untamed; ferine; not domesticated; said of beasts, birds, and plants. ... Origin: L. Ferus. See Fierce. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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feral

ferine adjective wild and menacing; `a ferocious dog`
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Feral

• (a.) Wild; untamed; ferine; not domesticated; -- said of beasts, birds, and plants. • (a.) Funereal; deadly; fatal; dangerous.
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Feral

escaped from domestication (Long 1980:7). Feral individuals may be descendants of the original escapees.
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feral

Type: Term Pronunciation: fer′ăl Definitions: 1. Denoting an animal that is wild and untamed. 2. An animal that was domesticated or tamed and returned to the wild. 3. Pertaining to wild beasts.
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FERAL

Wild; untamed.
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Feral

Cats that have not been socialised by people and live in a wild state.
Found on http://www.cats.org.uk/cat-glossary/

Feral

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Feral

[subculture] The feral subculture is a counter-cultural social movement originating in the latter part of the twentieth century, mainly centered in Australia. The movement reached its heyday in the mid 1990s, in parallel with other similar movements in Europe and elsewhere. In common with those movements, the feral phenomenon can be seen as...
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Feral

escaped from domestication (Long 1981:7). Feral individuals may be descendants of the original escapees.
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Feral

Domesticated animals that have gone wild. Examples are wild burros, goats, pigs, cats and dogs. There is an important distinction between a feral dog and a wild dog. Sometimes livestock depredations are blamed on wolves when, in fact, the killing was done by a feral dog or a hybrid.
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Feral

escaped from domestication and gone wild. Often used to refer to feral cats that live outdoors (free roaming) and are not owned/kept as pets.
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Feral

escaped from domestication (Long 19817). Feral individuals may be descendants of the original escapees.
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Feral

Domestic animals that have escaped and reverted to a wild (untamed) state.
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Feral

Escaped, and living and breeding in the wild.
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Feral

Describes a species that has escaped from captivity and now exists as a self-sustaining 'wild' population (e.g. Rose-ringed Parakeet).
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feral

domesticated animals that have gone wild; e.g., wild burros, goats, cats, dogs. There is an important distinction between, for example, a feral dog and a wild dog. Sometimes livestock depredations are blamed on wolves when, in fact, the killing was done by a feral dog or a hybrid.
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Feral

wild, untamed
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