lurk


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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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Back in the era of multiple search engines, when Web pages were indexed by keywords and metatext HTML tags, it was possible to "browse" or "Web surf" to discover unusual websites and lurk on, for instance, the 20th page of the now-defunct search engine AltaVista's served results.
MENACING Horror lurks in every corner of The Evil Within
SECRET EATING: We might all have to lurk in alleys to eat burgers
vivax, Entamoeba histolytica, and even Salmonella almost felt benign when compared to methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus, and multidrug-resistant gram-negative bacteria that lurk in shiny hospitals in the United States.
During the Spring 2002 semester, the Robert Morris Library and the Robert Morris School of Communication allowed a public services librarian to "lurk" on eCollege shell and participate in discussion threads as a means of providing information literacy instruction to students.
Instead of the usual Samurai swords, Musashi is armed with the trident of the Greek god Poseidon, symbolizing mastery of all enemies that lurk on or under the sea.
In the projects, senior citizens refuse to leave their apartments for fear of what dangers lurk in the halls, and parents cannot let their children play outside where gunfire might erupt.
"I'll lurk around message boards, monitoring conversations that are related to programs, products or services I'm working on.
Crack down on night boy racers I WOULD suggest that Arrive Alive or GoSafe vans who lurk in hidden, opportune roadside positions in order to collect revenue - sorry, in the interest of road safety - instead of pouncing on the average, moderate driver whose speed inadvertently creeps a couple of miles and hour over the limit, would do worse than to do their lurking in Llanfairpwll in the evening when the boy racers use the roads as skid pans and race tracks.
This is a place where black-necked cranes return to a young king's domain which is under threat, and a band of foreign outlaws lurk, and a mysterious monastery high on a cliff holds what might be the answer to protecting one of Earth's last unspoiled places and the cranes that depend upon it for their very survival.
Many candle manufacturers and retailers don't even disclose the hazardous compounds that often lurk in their products, from heavy metals to synthetic toxins.
He should lurk in the shadows, nursing a half-drunk pint.
FROM GREATER CHICAGOLAND, blazing shutterbug, Adam Conway has been on serious lurk patrol in his quest to break into the professional skateboarding big time.
Somewhere in this book, these points lurk, but the pretentious writing (eg, 'he replaced the ontological question of the world with an epistemological question of how to investigate it') gets in the way.
Marine biologists are now wondering what other monsters lurk in the deep, dark sea.