wolfish

Characteristic vs Wolfish - What's the difference?

characteristic | wolfish |


As adjectives the difference between characteristic and wolfish

is that characteristic is being a distinguishing feature of a person or thing while wolfish is pertaining to wolves.

As a noun characteristic

is a distinguishable feature of a person or thing.

What is the difference between wolfish and lupine?

wolfish | lupine |


As adjectives the difference between wolfish and lupine

is that wolfish is pertaining to wolves while lupine is of, or pertaining to, the wolf.

As a noun lupine is

any leguminous plant of the genus (taxlink), some poisonous.

What is the difference between wolfish and wolf?

wolfish | wolf | Derived terms |

Wolfish is a derived term of wolf.


As a adjective wolfish

is pertaining to wolves.

As a noun wolf is

a large wild canid of certain subspecies of canis lupus .

As a verb wolf is

to devour; to gobble; to eat (something) voraciously.

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