Associations to the word «Wildlife»
WILDLIFE, noun. Animals, plants, and fungi, not normally domesticated, often to the exclusion of plants, fungi, fish, insects and other invertebrates, and microscopic plants and animals; hence:
WILDLIFE, noun. (in particular) Wild animals (especially to the exclusion of fish).
WILDLIFE, noun. (slang) Members of a college fraternity
WILDLIFE CROSSING, noun. A length of road or highway transverse to which wild animals are known to travel.
WILDLIFE RESERVE, noun. An area of land managed to conserve wildlife habitat.
WILDLIFE RESERVES, noun. Plural of wildlife reserve
WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, noun. An area of land managed to conserve wildlife (usually animals).
WILDLIFE, noun. All living things (except people) that are undomesticated; "chemicals could kill all the wildlife".
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