Examples from the Web for wolverine
The co-owner of Metropolis Collectables, Vincent has Wolverine mutton chops, a Tony Stark goatee, and Lex Luthor swagger.The Holy Grail of Comic Books Hid in Plain Site at New York Comic Con|Sujay Kumar|October 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Hugh Jackman has been Wolverine in the movies and the flashy Boy From Oz on stage.Fall Broadway Preview: 'This Is Our Youth,' Bradley Cooper as ‘The Elephant Man,' and More|Janice Kaplan|September 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The most credible scientific data on wolverine behavior documents an absolute dependence on “persistent spring snow habitat.”Who Will Save the Wolverine? Not the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service|Doug Peacock|July 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“X-men Origins: Wolverine” featured a pharmaceutical plot twist so inane it was almost awesome.Scandal’s Finale Featured One of the Most Preposterous TV Deaths Ever|Russell Saunders|April 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The line I keep saying is that nobody goes around saying, “Hey, Iron Man has a better sense of humor than Wolverine.”The Makers of ‘Mean Girls’ and ‘Heathers’ Discuss ‘Vampire Academy’ and Coming-of-Age Movies|Daniel Waters, Mark Waters|February 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And the wolverine laughed and said: 'Oh, that will do just as well'; and began to run down the side of the mountain.The Brown Fairy Book|Andrew Lang
Whether the wolverine knows poison, he is too wary to experiment on doubtful diet.
In fact, in general colour and the arrangement of his hair, he is not unlike a badger or wolverine.The Bush Boys|Captain Mayne Reid
"It isn't a wolverine, and it isn't a fisher, and it isn't a coyote," Koot told himself.
The wolverine had not had much time to kill the latter ere the wolves were upon him, and so he was not very much torn.Three Boys in the Wild North Land|Egerton Ryerson Young
British Dictionary definitions for wolverine
Word Origin for wolverine
Word Origin and History for wolverine
carnivorous mammal, 1610s, alteration of wolvering (1570s), of uncertain origin, possibly from wolv-, inflectional stem of wolf; or perhaps from wolver "one who behaves like a wolf" (1590s).