Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A young wolf; a wolfkin.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun A young wolf.

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  • noun A wolf cub.

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Examples

  • Half a millenium from now humanity has found itself part of an ancient and complex civilisation with a caste structure that thinks in terms of millions of years, one that's very unsure about the sudden appearance of a "wolfling" race, one that belies billions of years of careful gardening and controlled uplift of animals to intelligence.

    The Tuesday Evening "I Really Should Be In Bed" Review: The Dragon Waiting

  • The wolfling padded dutifully forward to sniff noses.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • They unmistakably were grandkids, lapfuls of wedge-faced wolfling kits, looking as human as all get-out.

    Dancing with Werewolves

  • They unmistakably were grandkids, lapfuls of wedge-faced wolfling kits, looking as human as all get-out.

    Dancing with Werewolves

  • They unmistakably were grandkids, lapfuls of wedge-faced wolfling kits, looking as human as all get-out.

    Dancing with Werewolves

  • My biggest gripe with “Startide Rising” was that Brin never revealed the nature of the catalysmic discovery made by the wolfling humans.

    Show #9: Pre-show Discussion : The Kick-Ass Mystic Ninjas

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    June 14th, 2003

  • The wolfling padded dutifully forward to sniff noses.

    Unicorn Point

  • "Listen to the wolfling complain," Garkin sneered.

    Another Fine Myth

  • Padraig went to the foot of the cliff, accompanied by two men with a hurdle, and found Brother Basil safe and in good spirits, but neither wolf, wolfling nor wolf-man was to be seen.

    Masters of the Guild

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