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adjective: wanton

1.      1.

(of a cruel or violent action) deliberate and unprovoked.

"sheer wanton vandalism"

synonyms:

deliberate, willful, malicious, spiteful, wicked, cruel; More

gratuitous, unprovoked, motiveless, arbitrary, groundless, unjustifiable, needless, unnecessary, uncalled for, senseless, pointless, purposeless, meaningless, empty, random;

capricious

"wanton destruction"

antonyms:

justifiable

2.      2.

(especially of a woman) sexually immodest or promiscuous.

synonyms:

promiscuous, immoral, immodest, indecent, shameless, unchaste, fast, loose, impure, abandoned, lustful, lecherous, lascivious, libidinous, licentious, dissolute, debauched, degenerate, corrupt, whorish, disreputable

"a wanton seductress"

antonyms:

chaste

3.      3.

archaic

growing profusely; luxuriant.

"where wanton ivy twines"

o    lively; playful.

"a wanton fawn"

noun

archaic

noun: wanton; plural noun: wantons

1.      1.

a sexually immodest or promiscuous woman.

verb

archaic literary

verb: wanton; 3rd person present: wantons; past tense: wantoned; past participle: wantoned; gerund or present participle: wantoning

1.      1.

play; frolic.

2.      2.

behave in a sexually immodest or promiscuous way.