American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A group of submarines that attack a single vessel or a convoy.
- n. Alternative form of wolfpack.
- n. a group of submarines operating together in attacking enemy convoys
- n. a group of wolves hunting together
“Bears did, and long-fangs, and a wolf pack could easily do so if we were allowed to.”
“The future of wolfkind is more important than any wolf, than any wolf pack or human tribe.”
“Though Tulie was headwoman of the Lion Camp, to Wolf, Ayla was the ranking female; in a wolf pack the mother of the litter was the female leader and she seldom allowed any other females to bear young.”
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