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lupine: wolf, wolves
1. Having the nature or qualities of a wolf; such as, being rapacious, predatory, and ravenous.
2. A reference to a wolf or to wolves.
3. Wildly hungry or greedy in behavior or character like a wolf.
4. Any of numerous plants belonging to the genus Lupinus, of the legume family; such as Lupine albus (white lupine), of Europe, bearing edible seeds, or Lupine perennis, of the eastern U.S., having tall, dense clusters of blue, pink, or white flowers.
Wolves are contemplating their next meal.
"There are those who think we just kill the old, or the maimed, but I'm ready for the prime stuff today."

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(Latin: wolf [pertaining to or connected with a "wolf"])
(Greek: wolf, wolves)
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thylacine; Tasmanian wolf
A large carnivorous marsupial that resembles a dog and has brownish fur and black stripes across the back.

It was once widespread throughout Australia, but it is now thought to be extinct. Native to Tasmania. Latin name Thylacinus cynocephalus.

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A wolf in sheep's clothing (Matthew 7:15)
"Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves."
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Wolf-Rayet star
A member of a class of stars undergoing rapid mass loss, and having peculiar spectra.

Most Wolf-Rayet stars have companions in binary systems.

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