savage (adj.) 1
fierce, ferocious, wild
3H6 I.i.224 [Queen to King, of York] that savage Duke
AC III.xiii.128 [Antony to Cleopatra, wishing he could outroar cattle] For I have savage cause [i.e. a reason to run wild as beasts]
AYL [Orlando to Adam] If this uncouth forest yield anything savage, I will either be food for it or bring it for food to thee
MV V.i.78 [Lorenzo to Jessica, of untamed colts] Their savage eyes turned to a modest gaze / By the sweet power of music
WT III.iii.55 [Antigonus alone, of an animal noise] A savage clamour!