Definitions

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  • noun The state or time of being a wolf.

Etymologies

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wolf +‎ -hood

Examples

  • In build and coat and brush he was a huge timber-wolf; but the lie was given to his wolfhood by his color and marking.

    Brown Wolf

  • In build and coat and brush he was a huge timber-wolf; but the lie was given to his wolfhood by his color and marking.

    Brown Wolf

  • In build and coat and brush he was a huge timber-wolf; but the lie was given to his wolfhood by his color and marking.

    BROWN WOLF

  • In build and coat and brush he was a huge timber-wolf; but the lie was given to his wolfhood by his color and marking.

    Love of Life and Other Stories

  • The wolfhood was coming on him, unless some good fortune might save him.

    Sir Harry Hotspur of Humblethwaite

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