skulk


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Synonyms for skulk

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

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avoid responsibilities and duties, e

move stealthily

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It bypasses the glitz of the city centre and the glamour of Broad Street, to skulk around the city's dour industrial estates and characterless feeder roads.
Down: 1 Observe, 2 Eyeliner, 3 Knot, 4 Well done, 5 Pour, 6 Kenya, 8 Teacher's pet, 13 Envisage, 14 Implicit, 15 Cottage, 18 Skulk, 20 Enid, 21 Plan.
He comes bearing Skulk, a fifth album of soulful English music, plus a sheaf of industry awards and the wherewithal to locate folk music in its rightful landscape: the modern world.
January's over now - less excuse for us to skulk around in black.
he was not a broken man ready to skulk out of Upton Park.
Which US president was played by Anthony skulk apply?
The people who sat around the culprit must know who threw it and they should come forward to identify the person and not just skulk away and pretend it is nothing to do with them.
IN Iraq the US are about to turn tail and skulk away blaming the Iraqis for not wanting their help.
So expect Mr Brown to skulk morosely in the shadows like an untamed grisly stalking his prey and waiting for the opportunity to pounce on an elusive slippery quarry.
They no longer had to skulk about in dingy neighborhoods, casting around furtive glances in fear of being recognized.
As Rasputin, even a resourceful dancer-actor like Ethan Brown could do little more than skulk about.
If the last Congress - especially the GOP freshmen - appeared to approach government cuts with a swagger, the current crop of legislators seems to skulk, hoping to offend no one, especially such noisy organized constituencies as senior citizens, labor unions, and environmentalists.
To which animal does the collective noun a skulk apply?
I haven't noticed any more about this, and wonder if it's still in place - if so I presume secret passages have been provided so we can skulk off out of sight.
In his speech at the Lib Dem conference, the Scottish Secretary will compare the SNP to unruly pupils who "lurk, skulk and shout" when they are asked about their referendum plans.