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Princeton's WordNet

  1. loner, lone wolf, lone handnoun

    a person who avoids the company or assistance of others

Wiktionary

  1. lone wolfnoun

    A wolf that is not part of a pack

  2. lone wolfnoun

    A person who avoids the company of others; a loner

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  1. Lone Wolf

    Lone Wolf is a series of 28 gamebooks, created by Joe Dever and initially illustrated by Gary Chalk. The series began publishing in July 1984 and sold more than 9 million copies worldwide. The story focuses on the fictional world of Magnamund, where the forces of good and evil fight for control of the planet. The protagonist is Lone Wolf, last of his caste of warrior monks known as Kai Lords. The book series is written in the second person and recounts Lone Wolf's adventures as if the reader is the main character. As Lone Wolf, the reader makes choices at regular intervals throughout the story which then change the course, and the final outcome, of the book. Although the series ceased publication and went out of print in 1998, a fan-operated organisation called Project Aon was established in 1999 which has subsequently converted many of the books to HTML format. Joe Dever gave his permission for Project Aon to distribute the books online via the internet. Subsequently, there has been a strong revival of interest in Lone Wolf, particularly in Italy, Spain, and France where the books were republished between 2002 and 2006. In 2007, Mongoose Publishing announced that all of the Lone Wolf books, including books 29-32 which were never published, were going to be printed again. However, in February 2013, the publication of the rest of the series was transferred to a German publisher, Mantikore-Verlag, after Mongoose had released 17 of the 28 original books. The fate of the last books is unknown as of May 2013.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of lone wolf in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of lone wolf in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of lone wolf in a Sentence

  1. Daniel Jones:

    The promotion of violence on these fringe channels are explicit, and include instructions on weapon modifications and combat techniques, the FBI appears to be taking these threats seriously, but disciplined lone wolf actors, regardless of ideology, are extremely difficult to track.

  2. Adam Houda:

    He was a very, very, very unusual guy, and he had no affiliations with any group. He operated alone. He was a lone wolf.

  3. Hirohito Suzuki:

    There is a possibility that people who have sympathies with Asahara could launch acts of violence in towns, or near stations, it's very difficult for authorities to monitor those lone-wolf individuals.

  4. Michael Steinbach:

    We've seen lots of places, online media, forums, social media, where there have been calls to conducting lone wolf attacks in your home country through a variety of means, not necessarily a sophisticated technique, but use what you have, use the tools you have and conduct an attack, they are using it successfully, I might add, to spot, assess, identify, target folks outside of war zones.

  5. Angus King:

    It strikes me as ironic, at a time when risks are escalating, when we face kind of lone wolf terrorists here in the United States, that we are talking about unilaterally disarming, in effect, in terms of our intelligence capability.

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