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Synonyms for wolflike

resembling or characteristic (or considered characteristic) of a wolf


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European sites where mammoths were butchered as early as 36,000 years ago have yielded remains of wolflike creatures that some researchers regard as the first dogs.
As recently as last July, Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei stated on Twitter, "This barbaric, wolflike and infanticidal regime of Israel which spares no crime has no cure but to be annihilated." Also, in a military parade before Iranian leaders that included their president, there was a banner on the lead truck transporting Shahab-3 missiles that read "Israel should cease to exist."
"This barbaric, wolflike & infanticidal regime of #Israel which spares no crimes has no cure but to be annihilated," Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei tweeted last November.
It is a place where people have become "wolflike," deeply steeped in murder and crime, where "aggression remains the only counterweight to depression" (Gueorguieva 2001, 215).
Researchers gathered DNA from fossils of 18 ancient wolflike and doglike creatures that lived up to 36,000 years ago in Argentina, Belgium, Germany, Russia, Switzerland and the United States.
The main plot of the story is telling anybody that is experiencing any wolflike traits what kind of werewolf they are and how to deal with their wolfish powers.
Leaves crunching loudly underfoot, she walks slowly through a forest toward a small, dilapidated one-story house, carrying a violin case and accompanied by a gray, wolflike dog.
Pausanias (Description of Greece 2.19.3-8, Jones 1931) explains how Danaus founded a temple of Apollo Lykeios (wolflike) in Argos as a monument to his own wolfish cunning in his rise to power.