wolfish

[ woo l-fish ]SEE DEFINITION OF wolfish

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WOLFISH

The bristling mane, so thick and wolfish, fairly quivered in its rigidity.

The ocean wind tore at the windows with wolfish claws, savage to enter.

"You're not going to get a complete inspection, Buster," he said with a wolfish grin.

The sudden, wolfish gleam in his eyes had told her that he meant what he said.

Dogged and wolfish as he was, the man knew his master, and was cowed.

Even the barking of a farm-yard dog had a wolfish and savage suggestiveness.

Alick again began to turn, I thought, wolfish eyes at Bouncer.

Had his visage been at all wolfish in character, his aspect would have been terrible.

At seven o'clock his hunger was wolfish; and still his mind was not made up.

It was an ominous sound, with something of wolfish ferocity in it.

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