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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of lurk.


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  • The room of the title lurks at the heart of a mysterious space station built by an unknown intelligence; those unfortunate enough to venture into it disappear, die, or both.

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  • I am left wondering if heroin lurks in his future.

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  • I am left wondering if heroin lurks in his future.

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  • But where the potential for urban decay really lurks is in the current plan to download welfare and welfare-related costs to municipalities.

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  • A latent Pantheism, in short, lurks in all Gnostic thought, of which there is no trace in primitive Zoroastrianism.

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  • It's a sure bet that behind the phrase lurks a personality mired in spite and racial and sexual intolerance far more threatening to the national fabric than a few single mums and children of unmarried parents.

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  • I know that contradiction in terms lurks within much that I have said, but the texture of the world is a warp and woof of contradiction in terms; of continuity in discontinuity, and discontinuity in continuity; of unity in diversity, and of diversity in unity.

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  • The stag lurks in the thicket to withdraw from the eyes of the greedy ounce; but towards evening he leaves his hiding place, and sometimes strays beyond the boundary of the forest; he ventures into the maize fields of the plantations, where he tarries until night is far advanced.

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  • For in that phrase lurks a world of revisionism and dissimulation.

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  • It kind of lurks behind me, pushing me not to be an idiot. Top Stories


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  • See lurk.

    October 10, 2008