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  • n. Plural form of seawolf.

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Examples

  • "The seawolves breed on the Reefs of Tegma," Nonnus said, speaking to give Sharina something to concentrate on rather than the abuse still being directed at the prostrate captain.

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  • The off-duty oarsmen sat on the outriggers to either side, though with the seawolves present they didn't dangle their toes in the water sparkling just below.

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  • For the most part the seawolves preyed on fish in the open waters, but occasionally they returned to land to snatch unwary victims from the shore.

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  • He pointed over the side to the trio of seawolves weaving easily around a course parallel to the swift trireme's.

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  • The seawolves were mottled gray-green-black on the upper surfaces, with ridged bellies the color of fresh cream.

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  • Sharina hadn't seen any seawolves or large sharks, though.

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  • Old Hudden claimed he'd seen four seawolves when he was a lad, and that hadn't been for forty years even if the story was true.

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  • Also trailing through the water astern were four seawolves: three of them to port, their side-to-side sinuosities synchronized as though they were parts of a single animal.

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  • Had the trireme not been in port, seawolves would have formed the burial detail.

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  • The shepherd is gentle with his flock; but the man who'd crushed the skulls of three seawolves in a matter of seconds wasn't gentle under all circumstances.

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