Lurking [adjective]

Definition of Lurking:

hiding out

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Sentence/Example of Lurking:

And they drove away the people of Israel into lurking holes, and into the secret places of fugitives.

Any lurking danger of too great speculative restlessness disappeared.

For a moment he was deceived by her acting; he did not see the lurking grin in the depths of her eyes.

The same Providence whispered, that murky night, of the danger and disaster lurking near.

From these lurking places the pirate ships would dash out to capture vessels and then hurry back to their haunts.

“Before we do so, gentlemen, we must ascertain that no enemies are lurking in the neighbourhood,” said Lejoillie.

I dont know how it was, but we all three felt a kind of lurking respect for him after what had happened.

I was delighted to tell him, although I had a lurking suspicion that such a remarkable ignorance of that country was feigned.

I had a lurking doubt that he was rebuking me for my vanity.

Could that horrid vision, that creeping, lurking man, have been a phantom?