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Synonyms for jungle

Synonyms for jungle

something that is intricately and often bewilderingly complex

Synonyms for jungle

a location marked by an intense competition and struggle for survival

a place where hoboes camp

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an impenetrable equatorial forest

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References in classic literature ?
Chil, the Kite, stayed and grew fat, for there was a great deal of carrion, and evening after evening he brought the news to the beasts, too weak to force their way to fresh hunting-grounds, that the sun was killing the Jungle for three days" flight in every direction.
All the game in the jungle was no more than skin and bone, and Bagheera could kill thrice in a night, and hardly get a full meal.
As to the sailors, he was sure that the jungle would exact from them expiation for their villainies, nor, doubtless, was he wrong, for his were the last white man's eyes to rest upon any of them.
So sudden and unexpected had been his return, and so quickly had he vanished into the jungle after learning that those he sought were not among the Waganwazam, that old M'ganwazam had no time to prevent his going.
Another mile and a shifting wind brought to his keen nostrils a familiar, pungent odor close at hand, and a moment later there loomed beneath him a huge, gray-black bulk forging steadily along the jungle trail.
Bara, the deer, is less fearful than you--you, Tantor, the elephant, greatest of the jungle folk with the strength of as many Numas as I have toes upon my feet and fingers upon my hands.
Tarzan explained that he had wished to purchase Akut and return him to his jungle home, and to this the mother assented.
He told the boy all that he knew of his father's past life in the jungle and when he found that the boy had been kept in ignorance of all these things for so many years, and that he had been forbidden visiting the zoological gardens; that he had had to bind and gag his tutor to find an opportunity to come to the music hall and see Ajax, he guessed immediately the nature of the great fear that lay in the hearts of the boy's parents-- that he might crave the jungle as his father had craved it.
He is well acquainted with this part of the jungle, having lived here all his life, and he offers to guide us to a place where we can get mules to transport ourselves and our baggage to Copan.
So it was agreed that they would make a forced march back through the jungle to where they had been deserted by Jacinto.
He had taken scarce a dozen steps toward the jungle when a great form rose up before him from the shadows of a low bush.
In his veins, though, flowed the blood of the best of a race of mighty fighters, and back of this was the training of his short lifetime among the fierce brutes of the jungle.
Down to the ground he came in the utter blackness of the close-set boles and the overhanging verdure of the jungle.
Jungle life is ordered along different lines than ours and different standards prevail.
They will scour the jungle for him when he is far away, and we and our children must run when the grass is set alight.