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It lurks in the lowest groggeries that curse community—is tolerated in some of the most fashionable hotels.
Paul Potter and Hobbema have taught us the charm which lurks in the flat and at first sight monotonous landscapes of Holland.
ITALIAN ALPSDOUGLAS WILLIAM FRESHFIELD
Beneath it, in grim contrast, lurks a series of dark, windowless dungeons.
Everything is exaggerated by them; in each evil there lurks to their imagination unlimited hostility.
For he lurks continually in the outskirts of the woods, whence he rushes forth at times upon those who pass by.
He lurks in ambush, suddenly flashes out upon his prey, and is away with it instantly.
AN AUSTRALIAN BIRD BOOKJOHN ALBERT LEACH
The English moocher has to resort to his "gag," and his "lurks" are almost innumerable.
There lurks in our people something of the God-consciousness which inspired the Old Testament prophets.
The Shadow which lurks in every bridal lamp had become the Spectre of the bedchamber.
BRIDE OF THE MISTLETOEJAMES LANE ALLEN
The hostess that lurks in every woman—that housewife-hostess sense which goes hand-in-hand with the mother sense—was alive in her.
THE GARDEN OF ALLAHROBERT HICHENS