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wolfish

adjective uk   /ˈwʊl.fɪʃ/ us  
like a wolf: wolfish green eyes figurative He gave her a wolfish grin (= smiled at her in a sexually interested way).
Translations of “wolfish”
in Korean 늑대 같은…
in Arabic ذِئبي…
in Portuguese lupino, voraz…
in Catalan de llop…
in Japanese オオカミのような…
in Italian da lupo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 狼一般的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 狼一般的…
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