Thesaurus / lurked


She did not see the figure which lurked in the shadows on the other side.

Concerning SallyWilliam John Hopkins

Somewhere in the back of Robert's lurked a feeling that Henry sounded slightly sarcastic.

Manners of the AgeHorace Brown Fyfe

I have warned him, but youth is rash; and you will scent danger where he would never dream that it lurked.

The Champdoce MysteryEmile Gaboriau

In this gruesome business there lurked many tragedies, and very few romances.

History of the United StatesCharles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard

I thought of that sweet perfume, and of the person who had lurked in the shadow of the stairs!

The Sign of SilenceWilliam Le Queux

She walked in the light and shrank from all that lurked in the shadow.

The Coast of AdventureHarold Bindloss

Behind their tender mockery lurked something else—something strong and passionate and imperious, momentarily held in leash.

The Lamp of FateMargaret Pedler

He then beckoned mysteriously to the still vigilant Horace, who lurked in the hall.

New FacesMyra Kelly

Horror stared from his deep-set eyes and lurked in the corners of his mouth.

In the remote room where Blodgett lurked the scheme of furnishing appeared to culminate.

The Guarded HeightsWadsworth Camp


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