wolflike

ADJECTIVE
  1. resembling or characteristic (or considered characteristic) of a wolf
    wolfish rapacity
    ran in wolflike packs
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How To Use wolflike In A Sentence

  • They differ from other dasyuroids most conspicuously in their size and body form; these large, wolflike animals reached a weight of 35 kg and had long, canid like limbs with digitigrade posture.
  • ran in wolflike packs
  • For the next 80 million years, synapsids evolved into various wolflike and bearlike predators, as well as into an array of peculiar piglike herbivores.
  • The group relaxed, and Jake grinned his wolflike leer again as he lined up his next shot.
  • And then there arethe wolflikecreatures that attack in the night, because wolves are part of the wanderer in the woods psyche; and the rhino hammerheads, all just a little bit too like Earth animals. Movie Review: Avatar and a Comparison I « Colleen Anderson
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