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Examples of Wolf

Questions with the noun Wolf

4 examples:

Is it a wolf?

Have you ever seen a wolf?

Do you see a person or a wolf?

Do you see the man or the wolf?

Sentences with the noun Wolf

100 examples:

You cannot tame a wolf.

A wolf cannot be tamed.

He is as lean as a wolf.

I'm hungry like the wolf.

John is as lean as a wolf.

I don't think it's a wolf.

I have the hunger of a wolf.

A wolf doesn’t bite a wolf.

The lamb was killed by the wolf.

Two sheep were killed by a wolf.

In my dream, I encountered a wolf.

The mountaineer was hungry as a wolf.

The mountaineer was as hungry as a wolf.

Regardless how loud you scream "Oo-oo!", you won't turn into a wolf.

I didn't eat anything all day, in short, I have the hunger of a wolf.

A wolf's head.
(Latin proverb)

Man is man's wolf.
(Polish proverb)

As hungry as a wolf.
(Russian proverb)

He has seen the wolf.
(Dutch proverb)

More awake than a wolf.
(Arabian proverb)

Into the mouth of a wolf.
(Italian proverb)

A hungry wolf is not at rest.
(Portuguese proverb)

More treacherous than a wolf.
(Arabian proverb)

Nourish the whelps of a wolf!
(Latin proverb)

Nourish the whelps of a wolf.
(Latin proverb)

The wolf is not always a wolf.
(Italian proverb)

The wolf will die in his skin.
(French proverb)

Bad watch often feeds the wolf.
(French proverb)

One wolf does not bite another.
(Spanish proverb)

One wolf does not kill another.
(Portuguese proverb)

Outside a sheep, inside a wolf.
(Greek proverb)

For love the wolf eats the sheep.
(German proverb)

The wolf eats of what is counted.
(Portuguese proverb)

It is easy to fool the young wolf.
(American proverb)

One man alone is prey to the wolf.
(French proverb)

All the sheep are not for the wolf.
(Italian proverb)

Counted sheep are eaten by the wolf.
(French proverb)

Talk of a wolf and the wolf appears.
(Polish proverb)

What the wolf does pleases his mate.
(Basque proverb)

You are looking for wings in a wolf.
(Latin proverb)

A wolf's mourning is the fox's feast.
(Spanish proverb)

An old wolf is used to be shouted at.
(Dutch proverb)

Man is to man either a god or a wolf.
(Desiderius Erasmus)

A starving man will eat with the wolf.
(Native American Oklahoma proverb)

Death to the wolf is life to the lamb.
(American proverb)

Talk of the wolf and his tail appears.
(Dutch proverb)

Death to the wolf is life to the lambs.
(Latin proverb)

An old wolf is not scared by loud cries.
(Danish proverb)

Hunger drives the wolf out of the woods.
(English proverb)

The wolf and the shaman are of one nest.
(Eskimo proverb)

A wolf's repentance died a long time ago.
(Persian proverb)

Even counted sheep are eaten by the wolf.
(German proverb)

Hunger fetches the wolf out of the woods.
(American proverb)

The wolf knows what the ill beats thinks.
(French proverb)

God help the sheep when the wolf is judge.
(Danish proverb)

The wolf is not as big as people make him.
(French proverb)

The wolf and the fox are both in one story.
(Spanish proverb)

Who eats like a wolf will work like a bear.
(Estonian proverb)

Make thyself a sheep, and the wolf is ready.
(Russian proverb)

Make yourself a sheep and the wolf is ready.
(Russian proverb)

A thief knows a thief as a wolf knows a wolf.
(Persian proverb)

Don't measure a wolf's tail until he is dead.
(Croatian proverb)

The wolf is always left out of the reckoning.
(Italian proverb)

'Tis a hard winter when one wolf eats another.
(Russian proverb)

'Tis a silly sheep that confesses to the wolf.
(Italian proverb)

Do not measure the wolf's tail till he is dead.
(Serbian proverb)

It is a hard winter when one wolf eats another.
(French proverb)

Where the cattle are, there the wolf shall die.
(African proverb)

All in the way of joke the wolf goes to the ass.
(Spanish proverb)

Make yourself a sheep and the wolf will eat you.
(French proverb)

The wolf is always said to be bigger than he is.
(Italian proverb)

The wolf never wants a pretext against the lamb.
(Portuguese proverb)

Lefty Grove could throw a lamb chop past a wolf.
(Arthur Baer)

Who keeps company with a wolf will learn to howl.
(Italian proverb)

Careless shepherd make excellent dinner for wolf.
(Earl Derr Biggers)

A wolf often lies concealed in the skin of a lamb.
(Latin proverb)

The wolf is well pleased with the kick of a sheep.
(Portuguese proverb)

The wolf may lose his teeth, but never his nature.
(Romanian proverb)

To live with wolves, you have to howl like a wolf.
(Russian proverb)

Where the wolf gets one lamb he looks for another.
(Italian proverb)

It is madness for sheep to talk peace with a wolf.
(Thomas Fuller)

The wolf loses his teeth, but not his inclinations.
(Spanish, Portuguese proverb)

Who is afraid of wolf should not go into the woods.
(Estonian proverb)

Who keeps company with the wolf will learn to howl.
(Romanian proverb)

The sheep has no choice when in the jaws of the wolf.
(Chinese proverb)

When the wolf's ears appear, his body is not far off.
(Danish proverb)

Who makes himself a sheep, will be eaten by the wolf.
(Sicilian proverb)

If you live among wolves you have to act like a wolf.
(Nikita Khrushchev)

The wolf can always be hired very cheap as a shepherd.
(Russian proverb)

It is madness for a sheep to talk of peace with a wolf.
(French proverb)

The wolf is always said to be more terrible than he is.
(Italian proverb)

He that makes himself a sheep will be eaten by the wolf.
(Dutch proverb)

The sheep separated from the flock is eaten by the wolf.
(Turkish proverb)

Don't become a sheep unless you want to be a wolf's meal.
(Sicilian proverb)

He that makes himself a sheep shall be eaten by the wolf.
(Romanian proverb)

The wolf will hire himself out very cheaply as a shepherd.
(Russian proverb)

The wolf always charges the lamb with muddying the stream.
(Elihu Root)

Even a sheep with the skin of a tiger is afraid of the wolf.
(Chinese proverb)

Dogs that fight each other will join forces against the wolf.
(Armenian proverb)

Who flees from a wolf will find a bear with two sons instead.
(Estonian proverb)

Sentence with the verb Wolf

1 example:

The walkers have broken through the wall, there's a Wolf in the community and Ron has his sights set on Carl.
(The Hollywood Reporter - TV, )

Questions

2 examples:

Will yours be a Stag? Wolf? Orca?
(Jack Shepherd in The Independent - Arts & Entertainment, )

Which dynasty was the greatest for Britain: the Tudors - as portrayed in Wolf Hall - or the Plantagenets?
(Leanda de Lisle and Dan Jones in The Telegraph - Culture, )

Other sentences

100 examples:

Man is a wolf to man.

I heard a wolf crying.

I heard a wolf howling.

I met a wolf in a dream.

Kati Wolf is a good singer.

He's just crying wolf again.

Tom is wearing a wolf t-shirt.

Setting a wolf to guard the sheep.

Talk of the wolf and behold his skin.

Tom caught a wolf and tried to tame it.

Critics are just crying wolf about protectionism.

Just because I'm a wolf, everyone thinks I'm the bad guy.

You might as well reason with the wolf as try to persuade that man.

Thousands of Americans have a hard time keeping the wolf from the door.

Golf, wolf, countenance, lieutenants Hoist in lieu of flags left pennants.

"Let's go together to the forest," the wolf said to the lamb. - "Ok, Uncle Wolf," the lamb replied.

Man is wolf to man.
(Plautus in Asinaria, 195 B.C.)

A wolf won't eat wolf.
(Russian proverb)

Wolf doesn't eat wolf.
(Portuguese proverb)

The wolf loves the fog.
(Albanian proverb)

A wise wolf hides his fangs.
(Welsh proverb)

Crying wolf is a real danger.
(David Attenborough)

A man is a wolf to another man.
(Polish proverb)

Fight a wolf with a flex stalk.
(Chinese proverb)

The wolf dances round the well.
(Latin proverb)

The wolf repents only in death.
(Kurdish proverb)

To set the wolf to keep the sheep.
(Romanian proverb)

A fox is a wolf who sends flowers.
(Ruth Brown)

Hunger brings the wolf to the fold.
(Vietnamese proverb)

Patience! said the wolf to the ass.
(Italian proverb)

The wolf barks in vain at the moon.
(Chinese proverb)

He sets the wolf to guard the sheep.
(Italian proverb)

Hunger drives the wolf from its den.
(Corsican proverb)

The wolf preys not in his own field.
(Danish proverb)

Hunger leads the wolf to the village.
(German proverb)

The wolf commits no mischief at home.
(Spanish proverb)

You give the wolf the wether to keep.
(Latin proverb)

A gentleman is simply a patient wolf.
(Lana Turner)

Fear makes the wolf bigger than he is.
(German proverb)

Talk of the wolf and you see his tail.
(French proverb)

The wolf preys farthest from his home.
(Romanian proverb)

A precipice is in front, a wolf behind.
(Latin proverb)

Give never the Wolf the Wedder to keep.
(Scotch proverb)

Hunger drives the wolf out of the wood.
(Dutch proverb)

Talk of the wolf, and his tail appears.
(Romanian proverb)

Thief knows thief, and wolf knows wolf.
(Latin proverb)

Report makes the wolf bigger than he is.
(German proverb)

What the wolf mourns is food for the fox.
(Arabian proverb)

An easy shepherd makes the wolf void wool.
(French proverb)

It is easy to cut the tail of a dead wolf.
(Albanian proverb)

For love of the ox the wolf licks the yoke.
(Catalan proverb)

He who feeds a wolf, strengthens his enemy.
(Danish proverb)

When the wolf grows old the crows ride him.
(Dutch proverb)

Man is to man a wolf, man is to man a demon.
(Latin proverb)

The wolf bemoans the sheep, and then eats it.
(Italian proverb)

The wolf changes his coat but not his nature.
(Latin proverb)

The wolf changes his hair, but not his nature.
(Latin proverb)

Were it a wolf it would spring at your throat.
(French proverb)

It never troubles a wolf how many the sheep be.
(Romanian proverb)

On a small pretence the wolf devours the sheep.
(Dutch proverb)

Sooner will the wolf take the sheep for a wife.
(Latin proverb)

The wolf picks up the ass's fleas by moonlight.
(Spanish proverb)

Upon a slight pretext the wolf takes the sheep.
(French proverb)

Work is unlike wolf; it won't run to the woods.
(Russian proverb)

If you run from a wolf, you may run into a bear.
(Lithuanian proverb)

Howling makes the wolf bigger than he really is.
(German proverb)

No sheep runs into the mouth of a sleeping wolf.
(Dutch proverb)

Out of love for the ox, the wolf licks the yoke.
(Spanish proverb)

When night falls the face of the wolf lights up.
(Russian proverb)

A man without money is like a wolf without teeth.
(French proverb)

A wolf hankers after sheep even at his last gasp.
(Dutch proverb)

On every small pretext the wolf seizes the sheep.
(Italian proverb)

When you see the wolf, do not look for his track.
(Italian proverb)

Before negotiating with the wolf, have it muzzled.
(Valeriu Butulescu in Immensity of the Point)

Make a friend of the wolf, but keep your axe ready.
(Russian proverb)

The wolf changes his coat, but not his disposition.
(Traditional proverb)

The wolf changes only his coat -- not his character.
(Bulgarian proverb)

The wolf micht loss his teeth, but never his nature.
(Scottish proverb)

When shepherds quarrel, the wolf has a winning game.
(German proverb)

It never troubles the wolf how many the sheep may be.
(Virgil)

'Tis a silly sheep that makes the wolf her confessor.
(French proverb)

It's foolish sheep that makes the wolf its confessor.
(Italian proverb)

Lambs don't runs with the mouth of the sleeping wolf.
(Danish proverb)

Man is not man, but a wolf to those he does not know.
(French proverb)

However you feed the wolf, he still looks at the wood.
(Russian proverb)

If you mentioned the wolf you better prepare the stick.
(Arabian proverb)

It must be a hard winter when one wolf devours another.
(Danish proverb)

It's a foolish sheep that makes the wolf its confessor.
(Italian proverb)

People always make the wolf more formidable than he is.
(French proverb)

You have left the sheep with the wolf for safe custody.
(Latin proverb)

If the shepherds fight each other, the wolf has a good time.
(Hungarian proverb)

When the wolf opens its jaws, do not start counting his teeth.
(Valeriu Butulescu in Immensity of the Point)

The wolf has a thick neck, because he does his job on his own.
(Bulgarian proverb)

The fox will catch you with cunning, and the wolf with courage.
(Albanian proverb)

Dick Wolf was my first boss after coming out of Sarah Lawrence.
(Elisabeth Rohm)

However much,good you feed the wolf, he still looks at the wood.
(Russian proverb)

There once was a good mother-in-law but the wolf gobbled her up.
(French proverb)

Who does not wish to be like the wolf let him not wear its skin.
(Italian proverb)

It needs but slight provocation to make the wolf devour the lamb.
(Danish proverb)

If you see a Greek and a wolf, avoid the wolf and shoot the Greek.
(Sicilian proverb)

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