lurker lurker


  • (n) someone waiting in concealment



  1. As a lurker, I am amazed at the ahats who complain about the lack of interaction by contributors.
  2. A midnight lurker saw this cemetery scene, took the motor license, notified police.
  3. Secret Service and police quickly threw a cordon around the President and beat the thick scrub for the lurker.


  • Mutts Mania barks its way to Lurker Sept. 15

    EAST HANOVER TWP. ? Mania 2013, Mount Pleasant Animal Shelter’s largest fund raiser of the year, comes to Lurker Park from non to 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 15.
    on September 6, 2013     Source: Hanover Eagle


  • "I've been reading the site for a while now (I guess I'm what you would call a lurker") and I constantly find myself in awe of this community's passion and knowledge," Giannoulias wrote. "While I feel like I know many of you simply by reading...
    on Jun 16, 2009 By: Alexi Giannoulias Source: Huffington Post (blog)

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