American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Wolf, Hugo 1860-1903. Austrian composer known for his musical settings of the poetry of Goethe and Italian and Spanish writers and for the opera Der Corregidor (1895).
- n. The constellation Lupus.
“However, you get only half marks for Maximillian WOLF (Vulpecula) – Vulpecula is 'Fox'; Lupus is 'Wolf'; and no marks for Charles Augustione de COLUMBO (you mean Charles Augustin de Coulomb; the constellation Columba, the Dove, is not related to Coulomb).”
“The Clintons know the best defense is an offense, and that if they scream wolf long enough, people will believe there's a Wolf.”
“WOLF: And in the Wolf house, silence is one of those things that just doesn't - it's - no, not on the cards.”
“WOLF: There are no better or more fun days than taking the girls in the Wolf house to go get their shots; always a great afternoon.”
“WOLF: And, Wolf, it's going to be that kind of can-do attitude that's going to help these people deal with what they expect into the rest of this week and into early next week -- those rising floodwaters.”
“WOLF: No, you show that shot of Wolf again, he's so excited.”
“REYNOLDS WOLF, CNN METEOROLOGIST: Well, Wolf, right now things are relatively quiet here at Winfield High School.”
“REYNOLDS WOLF, CNN METEOROLOGIST: The situation here in Quincy is actually pretty good, Wolf.”
“REYNOLDS WOLF, CNN METEOROLOGIST: Well, this is kind of a dire moment right now, Wolf.”
“REYNOLDS WOLF, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Right now, Wolf, it is getting worse.”
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