- n. Alternative form of wolfpack.
“He seems to be the most outgoing of the wolf-pack guys.”
“Instead, says the research, we depend on the people who actually raised us, albeit wolf-pack style: our friends.”
“Far and faint it was, in the remote distance, the cry of the hungry wolf-pack as it took the trail of other meat than the man it had just missed.”
“Part I of the novel, primarily description of setting, ends with the hungry wolf-pack almost killing the men.”
“The dog was thoroughly alive to its danger, but it was running on the outer circle while the wolf-pack was running on the inner and shorter circle.”
“Thus, he was strong from the two days 'eating a lynx had afforded him when the hungry wolf-pack ran full tilt upon him.”
“Henry knew that the wolf-pack, One Ear, and Bill were coming together.”
“It had not been mighty enough to face the organized wolf-pack of society.”
“The wolf-pack still clung to the flank of the cariboo-herd, singling out the weak and the big with calf, and pulling them down as remorselessly as were it a thousand, thousand generations into the past.”
“These suspects employed terrible wolf-pack odds of nine-against-one, odds which revealed them as predators whose crimes were as cowardly as they were despicable," Mr. Kelly said.”
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