IPA: ˈɑrdwʊɫf


  • A nocturnal, insectivorous mammal, Proteles cristatus, of southern and eastern Africa, related to and resembling the hyena.

Examples of "aardwolf" in Sentences

  • The same with the aardwolf and hyena.
  • This is a first draft for an article on the MUD game Aardwolf.
  • Aardwolf presumably continued to run his small criminal empire.
  • The aardwolf lives in the scrublands of eastern and southern Africa.
  • The aardwolf is the only surviving species of the subfamily Protelinae.
  • The Circle takes over the organization of Aardwolf, a mutant drug lord.
  • The aardwolf clearly caught the attention of the White House and Pentagon.
  • Except for the aardwolf, all living hyena species are hunters and scavengers.
  • Both species are smaller than the spotted hyena but larger than the aardwolf.
  • “When I read that November aardwolf,” said a CIA official who knew the Baghdad station chief, “I thought that he was committing career suicide.”
  • Top CIA officials initially praised the November aardwolf, and one told the Baghdad station chief that it was the best aardwolf he had ever read.
  • Senior U.S. military officers in Baghdad bitterly complained that they had been “blindsided” by the aardwolf, and tensions grew between the CIA and the Pentagon.
  • Coming so soon after the euphoria in Washington over the toppling of Saddam, the August aardwolf seemed to many within the Bush administration to be far too negative.
  • As of early November 2003, the aardwolf explained, the insurgency in central and northern Iraq was gaining momentum and beginning to tip the balance against the Americans.
  • I started with aardvark, calling it a burrowing insectivorous mammal, then aardwolf, a hyena-like mammal, making my way to acclimate—to accustom or become accustomed to new surroundings or circumstances.
  • The August aardwolf said that the UN bombing was part of a strategy by a new and bold insurgency to discredit and isolate the U.S.-led coalition, and warned that insurgents and terrorists had the capability to carry many more attacks against “soft targets.”
  • And in late 2004, when a new CIA station chief—the successor to the officer pulled in December 2003—wrote another aardwolf reporting on the deadly conditions in Iraq, his political allegiances were quickly questioned by the White House, CIA officials later learned.

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