Origin and Etymology of stalk
Definition of stalk
- stalk the woods for deer
Examples of stalk in a Sentence
a movie about a detective being stalked by a killer
This is the time of year when hunters are stalking the woods for deer.
She called the police because her ex-boyfriend was stalking her.
She angrily stalked out of the room.
First Known Use of stalk
STALK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stalk for English Language Learners
: to follow (an animal or person that you are hunting or trying to capture) by moving slowly and quietly
: to go through (a place or area) while hunting
: to follow, watch, and bother (someone) constantly in a way that is frightening, dangerous, etc.
STALK Defined for Kids
Definition of stalk for Students
- stalks of celery
- the stalk of a goblet
legal Definition of stalk
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