- Not or no longer wild; domesticated
- They have a tame wildcat.
- (chiefly of animals) Mild and well-behaved; accustomed to human contact
- The lion was quite tame.
- Not exciting
- This party is too tame for me.
- (mathematics, of a knot) Capable of being represented as a finite closed polygonal chain.
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Adverbs for Tame
strangely; unexpectedly; finally; curiously; affectionately; tractably; unusually; downright; harmlessly; vexatiously; uninterestingly; dully; insipidly; submissively; lamentably; deplorably; compliantly; dutifully; apparently; obediently; surprisingly; sycophantically; tediously; insufferably.
Adverbs for Tame
partially; domestically; thoroughly; sufficiently; subtly; assiduously; rationally.
abate, abeyant, acclimate, acclimatize, accommodate, accustom, adapt, adjust, allay, alleviate, amenable, apathetic, assuage, attemper, bank the fire, bed, bed down, biddable, bland, blunt, boring, break, break in, break to harness, bridle, broken, brush, bust, busted, calm, case harden, cataleptic, catatonic, chasten, chastened, compliant, condition, confirm, constrain, control, cowardly, curb, curry, currycomb, damp, dampen, de-emphasize, dead, deaden, diminish, disciplined, docile, domestic, domesticate, domesticated, domesticize, domiciliate, dopey, dormant, dovelike, downplay, drench, dull, establish, extenuate, familiarize, fearless, feeble, feed, fix, flat, fodder, foul, gentle, groggy, groom, habituate, handle, harden, harness, heavy, hitch, house-train, housebreak, housebroken, humble, humdrum, in abeyance, in suspense, inactive, ineffectual, inert, insipid, inure, judicious, keep within bounds, lamblike, languid, languorous, latent, lay, leaden, lenify, lessen, lifeless, lighten, lily-livered, litter, logy, manage, master, meek, mild, mild as milk, milk, mitigate, moderate, modulate, mollify, mute, naturalize, nonviolent, obedient, obtund, ordinary, orient, orientate, pacific, pacifistic, pacify, palliate, passive, peaceable, peaceful, phlegmatic, play down, pliable, pliant, prosaic, prudent, pusillanimous, quiet, reduce, reduce the temperature, restrain, rub down, run-of-the-mill, saddle, season, sedentary, slack, slacken, sleeping, slow down, sluggish, slumbering, smoldering, smother, sober, sober down, soft, soften, stagnant, standing, static, stifle, subdue, subdued, subjugate, submissive, suppress, suppressed, suspended, tamed, tedious, temper, temperate, tend, timid, timorous, tiresome, tone down, torpid, tractable, train, trained, tune down, unafraid, unaroused, unassertive, underplay, unexciting, uninspired, uninteresting, vapid, water, weaken, white-livered, wishy-washy, wont, yellow, yoke
- absolute definite natural masculine form of tam.