Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who stalks: as, a deer-stalker.
- n. A kind of fishing-net.
- n. plural In ornithology, specifically, the Gradatores.
- n. A person who engages in stalking. Originally meant a tracker and hunter or guide of game.
- n. A person who secretly follows someone, sometimes with unlawful intentions.
- n. Any of various devices for removing the stalk from plants during harvesting.
- n. A kind of fishing net.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who stalks.
- n. A kind of fishing net.
- n. someone who prowls or sneaks about; usually with unlawful intentions
- n. someone who walks with long stiff strides
- n. someone who stalks game
- to stalk + -er. (Wiktionary)
“The term stalker casts a negative connotation on anyone using social media.”
“Concerning the term stalker* for Damien, my usage of this term is partly based on posts like this* and on his harassment in June.”
“Maria Dineen, for Oakey, told the court that the label stalker was "rather inappropriate".”
“If you knew who I was, the term stalker would seem to be entirely inappropriate.”
“The love-obsession variety are what most people think of upon hearing the word stalker, since their cases often get the sensational press coverage.”
“A Facebook stalker is arrested for the murder of a person of the same name who managed to claim the Facebook Username first.”
“The best way to deal with your stalker is to just go ahead and invite him over to your house. ”
“Other non-April Fools appear to be "Woman who invented an evil stalker is spared jail" and "Six dishes that rule mealtimes" (about "an insatiable appetite for TV cookery shows").”
“Itâ€ ™ s the start of a Brand New May as Mayday Parker decides to make some startling changes when her mysterious stalker is finally revealed and Moose launches his first attack against Spider-Girl.”
“Stewart's performance as a prototype stalker is especially troubling as we watch his soft features harden and his wholesome persona become mangled and corrupted; along with Henry Fonda in Once Upon a Time in the West, it is one of cinema's most effective instances of casting against type.”
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Or "The Enquirer". Or the E! channel. Or Entertainment Tonight. You opportunistic scab! Do you command the requisite vocabulary?
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