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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

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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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But Carlyle was also right--India did go, just about a hundred years later, though it did not "go to the same depths of chaos" as Stalky unwittingly predicted.
The British school story is known to Americans, if at all, from Tom Brown's Schooldays (1857) by Thomas Hughes and Rudyard Kipling's Stalky and Co.
In 1899, Kipling published Stalky and Co., a collection of short stories about the hijinks of students at an unnamed boarding school.
A besuited skeleton of smirks, quirks, twitches and winks, his creepy, stalky schtick and constant Machiavellian machinating proved as refreshing to watch as it was genuinely unsettling.
"He's stalky kid who plays with a lot of heart,'' said third-year coach Hal Ogilvie, whose team is off to a 4-1 start.
(3) Clinically, lesion appears as nodular or polyploidy growth with smooth, shiny surface and stalky or sessile base with well demarcated borders.
Some works, the Aeneid or on a lesser scale Stalky and Co., comfort and inspire their public by celebrating the ideals which a social, national, or imperial group holds in common, by reinforcing bonds of loyalty, purpose, and cohesiveness.
Weed grasses - Undesirable weed grasses can appear in a lawn, such as Annual Meadow Grass (Poa Annua), forming pale, 'stalky' plants.
The memoir and Stalky & Co, his 1899 collection of semi-autobiographical school-boy stories, describe how he re-encountered Browning at the United Service College at Westward Ho when his irascible English and Classics master, William Carr Crofts, hurled a volume of Men and Women at the adolescent who had tried to impress classmates and teachers with his literary skills.
Serle's parents, both of whom were dedicated to the arts, encouraged their children to read Lawson's 'Loaded Dog' and Paterson's 'Geebung Polo Club', as well as Rudyard Kipling's Stalky & Co and R.M.
Primarily bluish red with a smooth shiny or mamillated surface stalky or sessile base, small and well demarcated.
In fact, I seem to recall he contributed articles to the Liverpool Daily Post on this and possibly other topics, under the pseudonym, I think, of Uncle Stalky. AS Davidson, West Kirby
It is not their greed per se that Kipling wishes to denounce: all their actions are described with an air of sympathetic amusement, as if they are older versions (as they no doubt were, in Kipling's mind) of Stalky, Beetle, and M'Turk.
Cut hard root bottom off the fennel bulbs and stalky tops.
Angus Wilson sees 'power preserved by the brutal, irrevocable jesting justice' as a theme that links the schoolboys of the Stalky and Co.