- v walk stiffly
- v follow stealthily or recur constantly and spontaneously to
her ex-boyfriend stalked her
- v go through (an area) in search of prey
- a having or growing on or from a peduncle or stalk
- A cute 'n' sexy pop singer decides to become a movie actress, then realizes she is being stalked by a fan who loves her a leetle too much.
- She stalked the bosses of New York City department stores until she got some counter space at Saks Fifth Avenue in 1948.
- From the time the early hunters stalked the mammoths and the first sedentary "farmers" scratched the soil to coax scrawny grain to grow, man has battled hunger.
- Ann Coulter in China Daily
Coulter wrote that the women were millionaires as a result of compensation settlements and were "reveling in their status as celebrities and stalked by grief-arazzis."
- David Lloyd George in Sydney Morning Herald
Every night I was stalked by two crocs who would sit at the bottom of the tree staring up at me,Mr George said. "All I could see was two sets of red eyes below me and all night I had to listen to a big bull croc bellowing a bit further...
- Hillary Rodham Clinton in Guardian Unlimited
You can go on and on,Clinton said. "I don't think it's a series of coincidences that the White House, in its waning years, is worried about the public corruption cases that have stalked it inside the White House and among the executive...