Definition of wolf pack in English:

wolf pack

Syllabification: wolf pack

noun

A group of people or things that operate as a hunting and attacking pack, in particular a group of attacking submarines or aircraft.
More example sentences
  • And it was almost like an invitation for a wolf pack of those submarines to come in.
  • She then took part in a wolf pack off Ireland until Admiral Doenitz dissolved it early in 1944, leaving U390 to operate alone.
  • The Washington press corps is sometimes likened to a wolf pack, a simile which I find utterly absurd.

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