What is the opposite of wildly?

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Adverb
Opposite of to a very large or great degree
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Opposite of in a mad, wild, or uncontrolled manner
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Opposite of to the greatest degree
“There is only slightly more rain in this region during autumn compared to spring.”
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Opposite of with precipitation
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Opposite of to an excessive degree
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Opposite of without direction, purpose
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Opposite of in an indiscriminate manner
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(informal) Opposite of to a very large or great degree
“Just make sure you are adequately hydrated when running around in this heat.”
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Opposite of in an incoherent manner
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(of a lifestyle) Opposite of in a reckless manner
“Live safely, die at a ripe old age. Good girls do it well.”
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Opposite of adverb for not civilized, typically with implications of a savage or violent nature
“This image is not one of a warrior with anti-imperialist ideals, but of a civilized leader at peace with the foreigners.”
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(of animals) Opposite of adverb for wild and feral, without taming or domestication
“The shift from surf to turf corresponds with the arrival of domesticated animals.”
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(especially of plants) Opposite of adverb for uninhabited or cultivated
“Although no one would plant these weedy types, they all have attractive, cultivated cousins.”
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Opposite of adverb for characterized, or marked, by much busy (or stressful) activity
“As a normal, relaxed, and laid back person, I find the whole phenomenon just really odd.”
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Opposite of adverb for not based on sound reasoning or probability
“We can speculate about the future, but on a more practical level, we have to admit that we simply don't know what will happen.”
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Opposite of adverb for having a curious, strange or eccentric nature
“Still, it wasn't unusual for a typical pattern to arise, almost yawningly predictable.”
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Opposite of adverb for having, or characterized by, great anger or rage
“He admits to being quite pleased with the new book, only to qualify his response immediately.”
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Opposite of adverb for marked by turmoil or disturbance, especially of natural elements
“The tide was just going out, so the whole beach was calm, with not even a whisper of a breeze.”
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Opposite of adverb for lacking discipline or restraint
“A really quiet and disciplined audience lost themselves in symphonies of Schubert and Mozart.”
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Opposite of adverb for barren and devoid of inhabitants
“It is always so surprising to arrive at a populated town after traveling through such uninhabitable, wild terrain.”
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Opposite of adverb for teeming with plant or natural life
“It is said that this area was barren in its early beginnings, but its founder cultivated it to become a viable territory.”
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Opposite of adverb for having an untidy appearance
“A clean, tidy appearance works in your favor, even before you speak.”
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Opposite of adverb for arbitrary in nature
“He does his best to combat stereotyping and present a balanced, analytical account.”
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(wild about) Opposite of adverb for having feelings of passion for (someone or something)
“He felt indifferent towards her, despite her advances.”
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