from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A solitary, burrowing carnivorous mammal (Gulo gulo) of northern forest regions, related to the weasel and having a heavyset body, short legs, dark fur, and a bushy tail. Also called carcajou, glutton, skunk bear.
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- n. A solitary, fierce member of the weasel family, Gulo gulo.
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- n. stocky shaggy-coated North American carnivorous mammal
- n. a native or resident of Michigan
- n. musteline mammal of northern Eurasia
What’s hot this time of year in wolverine goodies.
I love the idea of wolverine being a happy month because of Linda!
Not sure I like the idea of wolverine being the leader, takes a bit away from his lone wolf style.
It is generally conceded by the most experienced fur-hunters of the northern forest, that while the wolverine is a crafty brute and difficult to hunt, yet of all forest creatures the coloured fox is the hardest to trap.
The severe frosts of winter freeze the lodge into such a solid structure that the beaver is safe against the wolverine, which is unable to break through the wall, resembling the adobe structures found in Mexico and the Southwest.
The fur of the wolverine was a mixed black and white, but neither black nor white is the word to use.
The severe frosts of winter freeze the lodge into such a solid structure that the beaver is safe against the wolverine, which is unable to break through the wall, resembling the adobe structures found in
But the wolverine is a plucky animal when thus assailed, and he made a good fight for his hard-earned supper.
If the wolverine is the elusive wayfaring celebrity of the clan, then the marten, as its name might suggest, is the accountant.
The zoo's only male wolverine, which is a dog-sized member of ...