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lie in wait, lie in ambush, behave in a sneaky and secretive manner

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wait in hiding to attack

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CUFFED Fizz has no idea her evil husband is nearby JAILBIRD An innocent Fizz is whisked off to court SHADY Stape lurks in the shadows
The storm is just over the horizon, but the evil lurks within.
As a retired, for some years, educator I can only hope that a guardian angel lurks somewhere for my third manuscript that is now with my editor.
Scientists believe that just north of San Francisco lurks a hidden fault.
Persevere, it's good, buy it, read it, think on and apply it to the rich, unpredictable, uncontrollable city but question the implicit capitalist imperative that lurks behind books and cities alike.
Behind the fears of job-seekers (or worse still, 'benefit tourists') flooding into the country lurks a less tangible anxiety about the loss of national identity.
Architecture may be the oldest art form, but for Monica Bonvicini a history of oppression lurks behind every facade.
Only the bluesy "Learn to Cry" rises above the other offerings, suggesting that an edgier singer lurks within.
Andres Obregon Santo Domingo took the helm of Bavaria in February and is faced with a seemingly simple job: keep the far-and-away dominant brewer's profits steady amid diminishing demand in a sluggish Colombian economy But danger lurks all around him, not the Least of which is the expectations of his powerful uncle, Julio Mario Santo Domingo, founding father of the company and the Santo Domingo group which accounts for 5% of Colombia's economic output.
Unfortunately, a cloud lurks behind the silver lining of Bubble's life: her ex-boss and lover, Godfrey Montana (Daniel MacIvor), a megalomaniacal porn czar who wants Bubbles back, professionally and personally.
Oh, and a guy on the eighth floor just lurks, and at the end checks us out with his binoculars.