Definition of Wanton:
Behave in a sexually unrestrained way.
Growing profusely; luxuriant.
Sexually unrestrained or having many casual sexual relationships (typically used of a woman).
A sexually unrestrained woman.
Malicious risking of harm to others and being utterly indifferent to the consequences.
(of a cruel or violent action) deliberate and unprovoked.
Synonyms of Wanton
Deliberate, Wilful, Malicious, Malevolent, Spiteful, Vicious, Wicked, Evil, Cruel, Promiscuous, Immoral, Loose, Immodest, Indecent, Shameless, Unblushing, Unchaste, Unvirtuous, Fast, Of easy virtue, Impure, Abandoned, Lustful, Lecherous, Lascivious, Salacious, Lubricious, Libidinous, Licentious, Libertine, Profligate, Dissolute, Dissipated, Debauched, Degenerate, Reprobate, Corrupt, Sinful, Whorish, Disreputable, Adamic, Casanova, Don Juan, Jezebel, Lothario, Paphian, Abandoned, Accident-prone, Adrift, Afloat, Alternating, Amorphous, Arbitrary, Backsliding, Bad woman, Baggage, Bat, Baton, Be promiscuous, Bill and coo, Billy club, Bitch, Bludgeon, Breakneck, Broad, Capricious, Careless, Carnal, Carouse, Celebrate, Chambering, Changeable, Changeful, Chase women, Chippy, Clitoromaniac, Club, Cocotte, Commit adultery, Contrary, Coo, Copulate, Cranky, Crotchety, Cut loose, Cyprian, Dally, Debauch, Debauchee, Desperate, Desultory, Deviable, Devil-may-care, Dissipate, Dizzy, Drab, Easy, Easy lay, Easy woman, Eccentric, Erratic, Erring, Fallen, Fanciful, Fantasied, Fantastic, Fast and loose, Fickle, Fitful, Flaky, Fleshly, Flickering, Flighty, Flirt, Flitting, Floozy, Fluctuating, Fool, Fornicate, Frail, Frail sister, Freakish, Furious, Gallant, Gay deceiver, Gay dog, Giddy, Go-go, Gratuitous, Grisette, Grovel, Harebrained, Harridan, Harum-scarum, Hasty, Headlong, Hell around, Hotheaded, Humorsome, Hurried, Hussy, Hysteromaniac, Immoderate, Impetuous, Impulsive, Impure, Inconsistent, Inconstant, Incontinent, Indecisive, Indulgent, Infirm, Intemperate, Irregular, Irrepressible, Irresolute, Irresponsible, Jade, Jezebel, Jollify, Jolly, Kinky, Lady-killer, Lapsed, Lark, Lax, Lead, Let go, Let loose, Let off steam, Libertine, Licentious, Light, Live hard, Lollygag, Loose, Loose woman, Loose-moraled, Lover-boy, Mace, Mad, Maggoty, Make love, Make merry, Make out, Make whoopee, Malevolent, Malicious, Mazy, Mercurial, Moody, Motiveless, Neck, Nonrestrictive, Notional, Nymphet, Nympho, Nymphomaniac, Of easy virtue, Of loose morals, Out of control, Out of hand, Overeager, Overenthusiastic, Overzealous, Peccable, Permissive, Perverse, Pet, Petulant, Philander, Philanderer, Pickup, Pig, Plunge into dissipation, Postlapsarian, Precipitant, Precipitate, Precipitous, Prodigal, Profligate, Promiscuous, Prostitute, Quean, Quirky, Raise hell, Rake, Rakehell, Rambling, Rampant, Recidivist, Recidivistic, Reckless, Reinless, Restless, Revel, Riotous, Rip, Roister, Roue, Rounder, Roving, Run riot, Scatterbrained, See life, Shapeless, Shifting, Shifty, Shillelagh, Shuffling, Skirt chaser, Skylark, Slack, Slap-bang, Slapdash, Slattern, Sleep around, Slut, Smooch, Spasmodic, Spineless, Spiteful, Spoon, Spree, Step out, Strumpet, Sweet-talk, Swing, Swinger, Tart, Temperamental, Toy, Tramp, Trifle, Trollop, Trull, Truncheon, Unaccountable, Unangelic, Unasked, Unbridled, Uncalled-for, Uncertain, Unchaste, Unchecked, Unclean, Uncoerced, Uncompelled, Unconstrained, Uncontrolled, Uncurbed, Undependable, Undisciplined, Unfixed, Unforced, Ungodly, Ungood, Ungoverned, Uninhibited, Unmastered, Unmeasured, Unmuzzled, Unpredictable, Unreasonable, Unreined, Unreliable, Unrepressed, Unreserved, Unrestrained, Unrestrictive, Unrighteous, Unruly, Unsaintly, Unsettled, Unstable, Unstable as water, Unstaid, Unsteadfast, Unsteady, Unsubdued, Unsuppressed, Unvirtuous, Uteromaniac, Vacillating, Vagarious, Vagrant, Variable, Vicissitudinary, Vicissitudinous, Virtueless, Volatile, Walking phallus, Wallow, Wandering, War club, Wavering, Wavery, Wavy, Wayward, Weak, Wench, Whimsical, Whisper sweet nothings, Whoop it up, Whore, Whorish, Wild, Wishy-washy, Wolf, Woman chaser, Womanize, Womanizer
How to use Wanton in a sentence?
- Women who have wantoned with suitors.
- Her cheeks burned as she recalled how forward she had been, how wanton.
- Sheer wanton vandalism.
Meaning of Wanton & Wanton Definition