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Noun: tamer  tey-mu(r)
  1. An animal trainer who tames wild animals
Adjective: tame (tamer,tamest)  teym
  1. Very restrained or quiet
    "a tame Christmas party"; "she was one of the tamest and most abject creatures imaginable with no will or power to act but as directed"
  2. Brought from wildness into a domesticated state
    "fields of tame blueberries"; "tame animals";
    - tamed
  3. Flat and uninspiring
  4. Very docile
    "tame obedience";
    - meek

Derived forms: tamers

See also: broken, broken in, cultivated, docile, domestic, domesticated, domestication, gentle, manipulable, manipulatable, quiet, subdued, tamed, tameness, tractable, unexciting

Type of: animal trainer, handler

Antonym: wild

Encyclopedia: Tamer, Iran

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