stalk

Part of speech: noun

STALKER.

Part of speech: verb

To approach stelathily, as in hunting.

Part of speech: verb

To pace in dignified manner.

Part of speech: noun

A stem, as of a plant.

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Usage examples "stalk":

  1. A current is now observed to flow, in the stalk, from the injured B to the uninjured A, as was found to be the case in the animal tissue. - "Response in the Living and Non-Living", Jagadis Chunder Bose.
  2. That from home- grown seed gets longer, and the veins or ribs, which in Havana tobacco stand out at right angles from the leaf stalk, take an acute angle, and thus become longer and make up a greater part of the leaf. - "Northern California, Oregon, and the Sandwich Islands", Charles Nordhoff.
  3. Tarzan wondered if he would stalk him to his cabin door. - "The Return of Tarzan", Edgar Rice Burroughs.