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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of wolf.


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  • This is despite having 'wolfed' down a quarter of the prey, because they never knew where their next meal was coming from.

    Moshad could sniff out Gibson.

  • I have offered the leavings of a meal to a savage just after he had apparently gorged himself and he "wolfed" it as if he were famished.

    An African Adventure

  • When the man had at last gone off, it was found that he had "wolfed" young master's best walking-stick, one with a fine tortoise-shell top to it.

    The Lodger

  • He wolfed the peach down and wiped his bristled chin.

    An Old Peach

  • We wolfed-down chiles rellenos, one of our favourites, washed down with delicious chilled Pacificos.

    Mazatlan: Tequila, tans and working stiffs

  • I wolfed down a ham and cheese sandwich and a piece of pumpkin pie.

    Only in America

  • Uncle Jay, wolfed out and ready to go, huffed and rolled his canine eyes.

    The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf

  • More Japan Real Time: 'Texas 2 Burger' Yasutsuru Mori, a svelte 74 year-old patron, wolfed down a Texas 2 Burger this weekend.

    Beefing Up McDonald's

  • The same was true of fairy tales: I wolfed them down.

    The Dark Side of Innocence

  • Donovan had his own PT boat, which zipped him back and forth from Anzio to the OSS station in Bastia, where he wolfed down flapjacks and bacon in the dining hall with his men in the morning and sang Irish songs with them in the evening by a fireplace.

    Wild Bill Donovan


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  • Simple past tense and past participle of English. --Wiktionary.

    April 16, 2011