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  • noun The entirety of wolves; all wolves collectively as a group.


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From wolf +‎ -kind.


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  • Jocelyn and I sent messages covertly to the faeries, the warlocks, and even to those age-old enemies of wolfkind, the vampires, warning them of Valentines plans and bidding them prepare for battle.

    Cassandra Clare: The Mortal Instrument Series

  • It is said that such a wolf holds the power to destroy not only her pack, but all of wolfkind.

    Promise of the Wolves

  • The future of wolfkind is more important than any wolf, than any wolf pack or human tribe.

    Promise of the Wolves

  • And since the Greatwolves knew they could not stay forever upon the Earth, they sought out wolves who would someday take their place as guardians of wolfkind, wolves who would watch over all others to make sure wolves and humans did not come together again.

    Promise of the Wolves

  • It is why we must keep the promise, and why the fate of all wolfkind rests upon our backs.

    Promise of the Wolves

  • We must be ready when that day comes, or wolfkind will be no more.

    Promise of the Wolves

  • Do you know that the humans have declared war on all of wolfkind, Ruuqo?

    Promise of the Wolves

  • “There was a time when humans and wolves fought, and all of wolfkind nearly came to an end.”

    Promise of the Wolves

  • That wolf will bring an end to wolfkind as we know it.

    Promise of the Wolves

  • Otherwise, the war will spread, and wolfkind will be no more.

    Promise of the Wolves


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