noun, plural loups-ga·rous [loo-ga-roo; English loo-guh-rooz] /lu gaˈru; English ˌlu gəˈruz/. French.
Examples from the Web for loup-garou
He had often heard tales of the loup-garou, or witch wolf, whom no bullet could kill.Followers of the Trail|Zoe Meyer
He hasn't seen a priest for ten months or so, and he's afraid of the loup-garou, for all I know.The Man Who Rocked the Earth|Arthur Train
There is scarcely any malignant spirit, from a loup-garou to an ague, which cannot be found in the deserts of Aquitaine.Barn and the Pyrenees|Louisa Stuart Costello
He is kin with those creatures of legend, the loup-garou, the vampire.She Buildeth Her House|Will Comfort
How can we deceive ourselves and say there is no loup-garou?A Lover in Homespun|F. Clifford Smith