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Wolf

(wulf),
A., 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Wolf-Orton bodies.
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A regional term for PCP
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With their gorgeous blue eyes and wolflike features, they are incredibly gentle animals.
His long, clawlike fingernails reveal his wolflike nature.
In this tale we have the human world accepting the notion of a nymph (or Narf as she is called here) as well as nasty wolflike Scrunts, monkey-like Tartutics and even a giant eagle-type thing called the Great Eatlon.
This inner, "terrible, unmerciful god with burning bloody eyes" ("Animus") has replaced the "wolflike" muse of Shvartz's early poetry ("Imitation of Boileau").
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In all probability the earliest domesticated animal was the dog, originating well over 10,000 years ago from wolflike and perhaps jackal-like ancestors.
Buck, who is shipped to the Klondike to be trained as a sled dog, eventually reverts to his primitive, wolflike ancestry.
The only living creature aboard was a gray wolflike dog.