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Stalk, vb. 1) to walk with a stately step: “it --s away,” Hml. I, 1, 50. Used with some dislike or irony: “shall we give the signal to our rage and s. in blood to our possession?” John II, 266. “I s. about her door,” Troil. III, 2, 9. “he --s up and down like a peacock,” III, 3, 251.
2) to walk like a fowler behind a stalking-horse: “into the chamber wickedly he --s,” Lucr. 365. “s. on; the fowl sits,” Ado II, 3, 95.
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