Words nearby lone wolf
Origin of lone wolf
Examples from the Web for lone wolf
And his lone-wolf status may never be more apparent than at the bottom of his legal notice to Ferguson Mayor James Knowles.The Black Panther Bomb Plot in St. Louis That Wasn’t|Justin Glawe|December 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The succession is now disputed by piata, the nephew of the first Lone-wolf.
Lone-wolf and his Kiowa were on the ground and at once opened fire on the troops.
Lone-wolf's son was wounded in the knee a year ago last summer while raiding in Texas, and came near losing his life.
British Dictionary definitions for lone wolf
Idioms and Phrases with lone wolf
A person who prefers to do without the company or assistance of others. For example, Her nursery school teacher described Beth as a lone wolf, an assessment her parents found astonishing. This expression alludes to the tendency of some species of wolf to hunt alone rather than in packs. [c. 1900]