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wolver

[ wool-ver ]
/ ˈwʊl vər /
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noun
a person who hunts for wolves.
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Origin of wolver

First recorded in 1585–95; see origin at wolf, -er1
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How to use wolver in a sentence

  • Every wolver knows, of course, that his business naturally drops into several well-marked periods.

    Johnny Bear|E. T. Seton
  • There the family safely reunited, far away from danger of further attack by Wolver Jake or his kind.

    Johnny Bear|E. T. Seton
  • Of course the wolver could see nothing of the Coyote, for the shades were falling.

    Johnny Bear|E. T. Seton

British Dictionary definitions for wolver

wolver

wolfer

/ (ˈwʊlvə) /

noun
a person who hunts wolves
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