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Noun1.wolfman - a monster able to change appearance from human to wolf and back againwolfman - a monster able to change appearance from human to wolf and back again
mythical creature, mythical monster - a monster renowned in folklore and myth
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He loved animals and enjoyed being called "The Wolf Man" by his young students.
'Wolf Children' told the story of Hana who fell in love with a wolf man and give birth to two children.
Starring Tom Cruise, this is the first instalment in the Dark Universe film series, bringing back monsters like Dracula and The Wolf Man.
Wolf Man has escaped and is tearing up the town, biting into trees and eating lamp-posts.
XVII), also known as "Wolf Man," whose symptoms, Freud discerned, derived from a repressed memory of having observed his parents in sexual intercourse.
RUTLAND - The town's notorious "wolf man" was arrested Wednesday and charged with drinking in public after police allegedly found him sitting inside Dunkin' Donuts with an open bottle of Poland Spring vodka.
O'Neill (sociology, York U., Canada) conducts a psychoanalytic and socio-historical critical re-examination of five of Sigmund Freud's foundational case studies, the pseudonymous patients Little Hans, Dora, the Rat Man, the Wolf Man, and Schreber.
Somehow his figure remained unchecked until 1937 when the British Nutrition Foundation, no less, found the Wolf man had overstated the case for the plant by around 10 times.
LOS ANGELES: Benicio Del Toro is an Oscar winner with a tough screen persona, but underneath that rugged exterior, the actor has a soft spot for old-time movie monsters like the Wolf Man.
That was the dilemma faring Universal execs when they began scouting locations for their modern-day reimagining of the classic 1941 horror pie "The Wolf Man," which starred Lon Chancy, Jr.
HUNDREDS of film fans descended on the Wiltshire village of Lacock yesterday for the filming of Sir Anthony Hopkins' new horror film The Wolf Man.
A writer of popular psychology books presents entries on Freud's ideas, case studies, and associates: from anxiety, Annie O., and Carl Jung to neurosis, the Wolf Man, and women's sexuality.