|not violent; nonaggressive||nonviolent|
|(in India and Burma) member of a gang of organized criminals who commit violent robberies and murders, Burmese or Indian robber, dakoit||dacoit|
|(in India and Burma) robbery or other violent crime committed by a gang of organized criminals, dakoity, robbery by dacoits||dacoity|
|(Slang) attack, fit; attack of anger; noisy party, violent outburst||wingding|
|(Zoology) frenzied and often violent sexual excitement in elephants, increased sexual activity in large animals, must||musth|
|absence of violence, lack of violence; nonaggressive behavior, passivity, principle of refraining from using violence||nonviolence|
|absurd, angry, causing controversy, close, current or topical, desire, eager, exciting, in an elevated energy state, infectious or lethal, intense, intense or violent, intensely, inventive and exciting, keen, knowledgeable, live, lucky, near the answer...||hot|
|act of committing violent and aggressive crimes against innocent bystanders (such as rape, physical assault, etc.), fruit, uncultivated, wild animal, wild apple tree; wild apple; wild plant; wild animal, wild plant or tree, growing wild, wildling||wilding|
|act of violating, crime or infringement of rule, transgression; desecration; violent attack or disruption; rape||violation|
|act or instance of bursting forth suddenly; act or instance of breaking out (about a skin rash), emergence of tooth, outburst, rash or blemish on skin, violent release of material||eruption|
|act violently or riotously, riotousness, wild or frenzied behavior, run rampant, behave wildly, move about furiously, violent behavior||rampage|
|act with or feel rage, anger, fury; instance of violent weather (of the wind, waves, etc.); desire, passion, be furiously angry, behave furiously, be irate, extreme anger, force or intensity, object of fad, occur with violence, strong passion or enthus...||rage|
|acting impulsively, done on impulse, hasty, reckless, lacking caution, violent||impetuous|
|add small amount to something, bit, drop, pinch; punctuation mark indicating a break in a sentence; rush, onset; race, sprint; spirit, vigor, dashboard, discourage somebody, exclaim against something or somebody, hurry, knock or throw something violent...||dash|
|affected by or subject to storms, characterized by violent weather, inclement; characterized by frequent emotional outbursts, tempestuous, strongly emotional||stormy|
|aggressive, cruel, ferocious; powerful, strong; wild; enraged; extremely bad, very severe (Slang), profound, violent or intense||fierce|
|angriness, state of being enraged; state of being violent; relentlessness||furiousness|
|angry, ill-mannered, not good looking, homely, unsightly; objectionable, unpleasant; morally offensive; unkind, mean, disagreeable; threatening, ominous, potentially violent, unattractive||ugly|
|anxiousness, disquiet, uneasiness, agitation, discontent, violent social or political discontent||unrest|
|as last resort, awful, beyond hope, despairing, extreme, hopeless, despairing; dangerous, violent; terrible, bad, in great need||desperate|
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