from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The skin or pelt of a wolf; also, a rug or other article made of this pelt; a wolfrobe.

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  • noun The skin of a wolf.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

wolf +‎ skin


  • I was only hours old, wrapped naked in a salt - crusted wolfskin.

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  • But Lingaard gained his feet, saving me but losing the wolfskin to the hounds.

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  • I was birthed in storm, after battle, and my swaddling cloth was a wolfskin.

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  • The day was bitter, but they say he swept me naked from the wolfskin, and by my foot, between thumb and forefinger, dangled me to the bite of the wind.

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  • "Ho! ho!" roared Tostig Lodbrog, as the old man and I and the wolfskin were mauled and worried by the dogs.

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  • His face was daubed with savage paint blotches, and over his shoulders was drawn a wolfskin, the gleaming teeth and cruel snout surmounting his head.


  • He turned to the bundled wolfskin and shook it out.

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  • I am a newcomer to your works, i have just read ‘wolfskin’ and its sequel ‘foxmask’ and i loved them both, they are works of art that touched me to the very core and recognised in the characters part of myself, particularly Somerled (perhaps not one of the best characters to empathise with, but thats how it is).

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  • Even more outrageous than mega-ripped Obama is the alternate cover with the sultry wolfskin-wrapped “Red Sarah” — the warrior princess of the north lounging about in the snow looking deadly and hawt.

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  • The leader in the wolfskin cloak rode up with another man in attendance.



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