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wolfer

/ˈwʊlfə/
noun
1.
a variant spelling of wolver
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  • Lady wolfer gazed in the fire, and her lips curled sarcastically.

    Nell, of Shorne Mills

    Charles Garvice
  • Lady wolfer still held her by the arm, and turned her face to the light.

    Nell, of Shorne Mills

    Charles Garvice
  • You always had your own way while you were at wolfer House, and I see you haven't changed.

    Nell, of Shorne Mills

    Charles Garvice
  • As they grew more trap-wise the wolfer increased the cunning of his sets.

    The Yellow Horde Hal G. Evarts
  • Thus the wolfer would get the skins of the animals that he killed.

    Jack, the Young Ranchman

    George Bird Grinnell
  • "I know what he meant when he said that I was welcome to the cabin of Elam, the wolfer," said Tom.

    Elam Storm, The Wolfer Harry Castlemon
  • The trail of meat dragged along and the poison baits had been laid the day before by wolfer Jake.

    Johnny Bear E. T. Seton
  • Drake retorted, with a laugh which sounded so reckless that wolfer glanced at him with surprise.

    Nell, of Shorne Mills

    Charles Garvice
  • Before he could finish the all-important sentence, wolfer and one or two other men who had been riding came in at the door.

    Nell, of Shorne Mills

    Charles Garvice
  • They were in traveling dress, and Lady wolfer looked pale and in trouble, while wolfer's face was grave and stern.

    Nell, of Shorne Mills

    Charles Garvice

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