No more my splintered heart and maddened hand were turned against the wolfish
no professed harlot ever had a fouler vocabulary than she: though two rooms off, I heard every word--the thin partitions of the West India house opposing but slight obstruction to her wolfish
He's not a rough diamond - a pearl-containing oyster of a rustic: he's a fierce, pitiless, wolfish
She was a terrible old woman with those straight, white wolfish
He was terribly changed; gaunt, wolfish
, and spoke like a madman.
Martin shook his head, but he had failed to keep back the wolfish
, hungry look that leapt into his eyes at the suggestion of dinner.
Down the frozen waterway toiled a string of wolfish
He heard the wolfish
snarling and yelping of strange dogs and the sound of voices.
The Lincoln hills rose up around me at the extremity of a snowy plain, in which I did not remember to have stood before; and the fishermen, at an indeterminable distance over the ice, moving slowly about with their wolfish
dogs, passed for sealers, or Esquimaux, or in misty weather loomed like fabulous creatures, and I did not know whether they were giants or pygmies.
Certainly there was something hardly human about the colonel's wolfish
pursuit of pleasure, and his chronic resolution not to go home till morning had a touch of the hideous clarity of insomnia.
He had never seen dogs fight as these wolfish
creatures fought, and his first experience taught him an unforgetable lesson.
Ascend these pitch-dark stairs, heedful of a false footing on the trembling boards, and grope your way with me into this wolfish
den, where neither ray of light nor breath of air, appears to come.