Definitions

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  • n. A creature of Southeast Asian myth; a shapeshifter who can assume the shape of a tiger.

Etymologies

were- +‎ tiger (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The weretiger was a creature of instinct and hunger, cunning to the kill.

    Ascendance

  • Rather than a curse, was it possible that the weretiger was a blessing, a way for De’Unnero to more powerfully carry out the way of God, the often violent path of righteousness?

    Ascendance

  • Quinn was here – Quinn the weretiger, who made his living arranging and producing special events for the world of the weird – Quinn, my honey.

    All Together Dead

  • I heard a weretiger heading our way in a big, big hurry.

    All Together Dead

  • I was smothered in weretiger, and I rubbed my face against his E (E) E shirt to wipe up the tears that had leaked from my eyes.

    All Together Dead

  • "The weretiger is regaining consciousness," Eric said.

    All Together Dead

  • A Sazi was here, I can definitely smell an injured female weretiger.

    Touch of Evil

  • Someone to tame the weretiger that was fast rising within him.

    Immortalis

  • The pair of younger monks lifted weapons to defend, but the weretiger crashed in hard, sending all into the river.

    Immortalis

  • “Because you spend your every day in complete control — you even control the weretiger within Marcalo,” Sadye explained.

    Immortalis

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