Prowling [verb]

Definition of Prowling:

move stealthily

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Sentence/Example of Prowling:

It was Del-phin, very gay, walking on all fours, prowling behind her like a wolf.

Not for a moment did he doubt what was the quarry of this prowling gendarmerie.

It was less than three minutes since the prowling brigands had been seen.

All of which had nothing to do with why I was prowling around the Ludmilla—or did it?

In prowling around he had unexpectedly come upon the three men.

He took to prowling at night, round and round the bleak garden.

Ryder, who was prowling about, found her there, and fetched her hartshorn.

At night he kills the prowling wolf when he comes near to the lodge.

On the year following, Clark was shot and killed by a prowling Indian.

Save the delicate step of some halting doe, or the sniff of a prowling bear.