werewolf[ wair-woo lf, weer-, wur- ]SEE DEFINITION OF werewolf
Synonyms for werewolf | as inmonster
- lusus naturae
Antonyms for werewolf | as inmonster
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WEREWOLF
But how passing well doth he time his absence from the haunts of the werewolf.
I dreamed I was the werewolf—do not shudder, dear love, for 't was only a dream.
But suddenly a mighty tumult arose, and there were cries of "The werewolf!"
Werewolf and vampire knew, and the ebon-bodied demons that prowl by night.
Throckmorton, a werewolf who would defile her if she entered into any compact with him.
It was, as I believe, none other than the werewolf that I saw.
Sometimes the werewolf transformation led to unlucky accidents.
Sometimes a werewolf was cured merely by recognizing him while in his brute shape.
In one of Dasent's tales the water-maiden is replaced by a kind of werewolf.
If you could get hold of a werewolf's sack and burn it, a permanent cure was effected.