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stalked

adjective as in hunted

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“I stalked her,” Lavie says matter-of-factly when asked how she and Ivgy first met.

Indeed, this is how police reacted to Amanda Hess when she reported that she was being stalked on Twitter.

That big brain we so tout today was shaped by the mammoths we hunted, by the great cats and bears that sometimes stalked us.

It is set during the Irish Civil War, when the IRA stalked the Anglo-Irish, who responded with a mixture of fear and indignation.

He is also a man stalked by his past, in both a literal and figurative sense.

Strachan stalked to the prison and glancing over the prisoners called out, "Hiram Smith."

He stalked into the room, and giving a stiff nod with his head, took the chair offered him by the black, in dignified silence.

He glared about through the dimness at his silent men, then stalked through the door into the cook-camp.

He stalked through as though there was not the slightest question that the peons would allow it.

Cattledon turned back the way she had come, and stalked along, her head in the air.

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On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stalked, such as: chased, dogged, followed, hounded, outlawed, and tailed.

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

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