prowl

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Synonyms for prowl

move stealthily

Synonyms for prowl

Synonyms for prowl

the act of prowling (walking about in a stealthy manner)

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move about in or as if in a predatory manner

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Masked man: Jackie Earle Haley's mysterious Rorschach prowls at night
FELINE TIRED: Jade finds herself a lounger to have a cat-nap on; GOT THE CREAM: Jade rubs lotion on Dan; ON THE PROWL: Jade, in her leopard print thong, looks for her towel; SPOTTED: Cheeky Jagger junior prowls along the Ibiza beach; WEDDING PLAN: Dan; GLAMOUR PUSS: Jade is dressed to impress
The octopus, too recent a discovery to have a scientific name, prowls the silty stretches where rivers spill into the sea in Indonesia, explains Mark D.
Hordes of shoppers whisking from store to store, filling backseats with valuable merchandise, can unwittingly trigger a rise in car prowls.
He prowls post-9/11 Manhattan instead of swinging-'60s London and, like his forefather, still wants to shag everything in sight.