wolf dog


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wolf dog

n.
1. The hybrid offspring of a dog and a wolf.
2. A dog trained to hunt wolves.

wolf′ dog`


n.
1. any dog used in hunting wolves.
2. a cross between a wolf and a domestic dog.
[1630–40]
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The wealthy man finds he must use other, illegal means to ensure the wolf dog never again hunts for anyone but him.
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Jane inherited it from her beloved grandmother and as it is currently on show, she, her husband and her wolf dog Lily are sleeping on an air-bed.
His hands were too frozen to gather brush for the fire or to strike a match, so, he decided to kill his traveling companion, a white Husky wolf dog, and "bury his hands in the warm body until the numbness went out of" his hands.
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Sharon Oxendine is a Lumbee Indian residing in Weaverville, where she has recently built her own Moon Lodge with her partner Tommie and their lovely wolf dog Inde: She works for Mountain Bizworks, a nonprofit agency that supports sustainable economies, as well as writes poetry and essays and participates in indigenous rituals.
In much the same way as the royal Battenburgs became Mountbattens after World War II, the poor animal became known as an Alsatian Wolf Dog, partly in recognition of its Germanic origins and partly to disguise that same fact.
Distribution of antibodies according to size of dog N positive N negative serum serum specimens specimens [greater than [less than or equal or equal Breed to] >100 U to] <100 U Total % positive Alsatian wolf dog 7 33 40 21.
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