- Charles,1791–1823, Irish poet.
- James,1727–59, English general.
- Thomas (Clay·ton) [kleyt-n] /ˈkleɪt n/, 1900–38, U.S. novelist.
- TomThomas Kennerly Wolfe, Jr., born 1931, U.S. novelist and journalist.
- a male given name.
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Contemporary Examples of wolfe
Of course, Wolfe dropped acid for the sake of good, thorough journalism.Five Journalists Who Did Drugs for Work
June 4, 2014
But I wonder what happens when Mr. Wolfe and Anonymous Mom are high and a Lego piece goes missing?Hey, Pot Smokers, Your Kids Know You’re Stoned
May 1, 2013
“I have some big news, this is actually big for me,” Wolfe announced on Today.
Wolfe was born in Kingston, Jamaica, and at the age of five, moved to Pétion-Ville, Haiti, where she grew up.
“This is the most exciting thing that has ever happened to us,” Wolfe told People.
Historical Examples of wolfe
The two most important of these were the cruises of the Wolfe and the Moewe.Submarine Warfare of To-day
Charles W. Domville-Fife
Have the scorners never read of Wolfe, of Murat, or of Nelson?A Day's Ride
Charles James Lever
Wolfe was asked to take command of the campaign in 1759 against Quebec.
"They were not to throw away their fire," Wolfe had ordered.
Montgomery was now in the same position as Wolfe at the great siege.
- James. 1727–59, English soldier, who commanded the British capture of Quebec, in which he was killed
- Thomas (Clayton). 1900–38, US novelist, noted for his autobiographical fiction, esp Look Homeward, Angel (1929)
- Tom, full name Thomas Kennerly Wolfe. born 1931, US author and journalist; his books include The Right Stuff (1979) and the novels Bonfire of the Vanities (1987), and A Man in Full (1998)