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loup-garou

[ loo-ga-roo; English loo-guh-roo ]

noun

, French.
, plural loups-ga·rous [loo-g, a, -, roo, loo-g, uh, -, rooz].
  1. a werewolf; lycanthrope.


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And has not Jacques told me of how you killed the loup-garou; of how you are hated by Moncrossen, and feared by Creed?

Good thing we don't believe in ghosts, Peter, or we would swear it was a Loup-Garou smelling us through the wall!

Thus the existence of the Malayan Loup Garou to the native mind is a fact and not a mere belief.

There is scarcely any malignant spirit, from a loup-garou to an ague, which cannot be found in the deserts of Aquitaine.

For one whirling moment Padraig believed everything he had heard or read of werewolf or of loup-garou.

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