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Synonyms for stalk

Synonyms for stalk

to walk with long steps, especially in a vigorous manner

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to look for and pursue (game) in order to capture or kill it

Synonyms for stalk

material consisting of seed coverings and small pieces of stem or leaves that have been separated from the seeds

a hunt for game carried on by following it stealthily or waiting in ambush

the act of following prey stealthily

a stiff or threatening gait

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walk stiffly

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follow stealthily or recur constantly and spontaneously to

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go through (an area) in search of prey

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2005) determined bending and shearing characteristics of sunflower stalk residues and reported specific shearing energy for sunflower stalk as between 1.
Results: Which parts of each celery stalk absorbed water?
We stalk buffalo not to hurt him, yet to capture the power in his being and take it into ourselves as a gift from Spirit.
Fresh from the garden, celery offers an unequaled season of flavor, with succulent, crisp and tasty stalks that are solid--not stringy--and never taste sharp or bitter.
71) No singular clinical profile or typology exists for all people who stalk because each situation varies significantly.
2] :by counting the number of mature stalk in each plot.
Cutting celery is like a primitive form of stalk celery.
However, the results of the Morgan (2009) study also suggest that the nuisance stalker, as proposed by Roberts and Dziegielewski (2006) may also account for a significant proportion of students who stalk their professors.
There are areas where deers are high density and it is easier to stalk but even so, any outing can be unsuccessful.
MAIZE PLANTS initiate axillary meristems on most nodes of the main stalk, but many potential ear shoots abort during plant development, resulting in one or two grain-filled ears in most commercial hybrids (Sass and Loeffel, 1959).
RLP's turn signal stalk switch is a momentary contact switch with a return-to-center mode.
Number of stalks per plant, stalk diameter, and stalk length accounted for almost all of the variation in plant weight as indicated by the coefficient of determination.
The first involves mild crushing or bending of the stalk, which loosens non-fibrous material from the fibers.
In addition, they may enlist friends or associates to help them stalk or have their associates speak with friends of the victims to obtain information (Hall; Orion).