Rudel

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Rudel n (genitive Rudels, plural Rudel)

  1. pack (of wolves, dogs, hyenas; business of ferrets, clan of hyenas, pride of lions, ambush of tigers, herd of antelopes, herd of stags, herd of wild boar[s], etc.)

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