wolfpack (plural wolfpacks)
- A family or other group of wild wolves.
- (historical) During World War II, any of various marauding groups of submarines, especially German submarines that patrolled the North Atlantic and preyed upon merchant ships.
group of wild wolves — See also translations at pack
- to gang up in a solitary target (like a wolf pack)
- May 2017 http://www.theaustralian.com.au/life/weekend-australian-magazine/bieber-trap-gordon-chalmers-paedophiles-and-grooming/news-story/9498f6d09c6f33f3ed785d4213ee5bd2
- September 2017 http://www.sacbee.com/news/nation-world/national/article171498322.html
- October 2017, Jasmine Bromelle, "I'm Not Her", How to Get Away With Murder"
- You know what they do to the new girl? Strip you naked and take turns. They call it wolfpackin' because then you're so broke they can work you full-time.