- a wild and uncultivated region, as of forest or desert, uninhabited or inhabited only by wild animals; a tract of wasteland.
- a tract of land officially designated as such and protected by the U.S. government.
- any desolate tract, as of open sea.
- a part of a garden set apart for plants growing with unchecked luxuriance.
- a bewildering mass or collection.
- The Clippers — who somehow keep managing to track down canteens in the desert, only to find them empty — now continue on their walk through the wilderness as they enter decade No.
- Accelerating climate change, development along wilderness boundaries, and rigid forest management practices have all increased the dangers of devastating wildfires in the state and across much of the American West.
- The places in their network, from Page, Arizona, to Park City, Utah, have seen that they can’t just play off parks or wilderness.
- Instead the airdrop serves, at great expense, to save trees in the wilderness, where burning, not suppression, might well do more good.
- Chestnut says that wolverines are sensitive, shy animals that need a lot of help to recolonize the wilderness they were hunted out of.
- They carved a refuge out of the wilderness and then, in 200 years, built it into the most powerful nation on earth.
- The original metaphor was: erect a wall to keep the garden of the church free from the wilderness of politics.
- Hold the Dark is set in the Alaskan wilderness, in an isolated village at the lip of the tundra.
- I went back while Lorne [Michaels] was on his 5-year jaunt in the wilderness, and Ebersol was producing.
- In short, the wilderness skills and outdoor abilities that the founding mothers intended.
- And it shall devour the mountains, and burn the wilderness, and consume all that is green as with fire.
- Never did I feel leaving anybody or any place so much, and Berlin seems to me like a great roaring wilderness.
- That made the world a wilderness, and destroyed the cities thereof, that opened not the prison to his prisoners?
- When one thinks in the wilderness, alone, Felipe, many things become clear.
- Next day they buried him under the shade of a spreading tree, and left him there—alone in the wilderness.