Antonyms for lurked

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


And there were caves and crevices in which deep sea fish once had lurked.

That they lurked there either in concealment or in ambush was very plain.

It lurked in the finger that Peter held against the trigger.

It had lurked just beyond his mental grasp for some time now.

She lurked in the depths of the house like some kind of spider that shuns attention.

Here and there lurked a crimson bud, ready to catch the floating pollen.

Beneath Verinder's bland manner there lurked a substratum of triumph.

There lurked about him the impish quality of the whistle that had summoned her.

But it had been there, and now it was not banished; it lurked behind in the shadows, crouching and waiting.

Margaret was again puzzled with the fun that lurked in the eye and lip.