Wolf

[ US /ˈwʊɫf/ ]
[ UK /wˈʊlf/ ]
NOUN
  1. Austrian composer (1860-1903)
  2. German classical scholar who claimed that the Iliad and Odyssey were composed by several authors (1759-1824)
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How To Use Wolf In A Sentence

  • He would insist to his dying day that an arctic wolf had savaged him.
  • Asked about parents who choose not to vaccinate their children against HPV, the virologist Nathan Wolfe, author of the new book "The Viral Storm," told me: "Basically the decision to not vaccinate risks not only cancer for their kids but cancer for anyone their kids have sex with. The New Prudery
  • KURTZ: It's probably impossible, Wolf, to overcover a story like this. CNN Transcript Jan 2, 2005
  • The famous boxer killed a fierce wolf with his bare hands.
  • How many times has something as fanciful as a unicorn, a yeti, a mermaid or a werewolf turned out to be based on fact?
  • The organisation's shield consisted of a male forearm whose fist was thrusting the point of a spear into the jaws of a wolf. DOVES OF WAR: Four Women of Spain
  • The film takes the myth of the werewolf and transplants it into a small-town community and carnage ensues.
  • Unless a member of the Vanguard or the Scarlet Scholars (both groups paying attention to what most consider obscure and nigh-useless knowledge), even most paranormal agents active today have only heard of the Bleak Baron Frederick or his granduncle Wolfgang and their works on fighting monsters. The Codex Continual » The Von Baurs
  • The wolf market may be here to stay, at least until the economic recovery accelerates or another catalyst prompts the market to find footing.
  • Glen is a lone wolf and seldom joins in the activities of the neightbourhood.
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