British pronunciation/wˈʊlf/
American pronunciation/ˈwʊɫf/

a big and wild animal from the same family as dogs that hunts for food in groups

What is a "wolf"?


The wolf is a highly adaptable and social carnivorous mammal, known for its sleek appearance, keen senses, and complex social structure. Wolves are members of the Canidae family and are typically characterized by their bushy tails, sharp ears, and piercing eyes. They have a lean body with a double coat of fur that can vary in color from gray to black, white, or brown, depending on the species and location. Wolves are highly skilled predators, with exceptional speed, agility, and endurance, making them formidable hunters. They are known for their strong pack bonds and cooperative hunting strategies, often working together to bring down large prey. Wolves have a sophisticated communication system that includes vocalizations, body postures, and scent marking. They are also known for their intelligence and adaptability, allowing them to thrive in diverse habitats across the Northern Hemisphere. Wolves have a rich cultural significance, often portrayed as symbols of wilderness, loyalty, and cunning, and they play a vital role in maintaining ecosystem balance as top predators.


a man who is aggressive in making amorous advances to women


a cruelly rapacious person


German classical scholar who claimed that the Iliad and Odyssey were composed by several authors (1759-1824)


Austrian composer (1860-1903)


to eat something quickly and voraciously

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