Definitions

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  • adjective informal Of, pertaining to, or resembling a stalker.

Etymologies

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From stalker +‎ -ish.

Examples

  • Edward is FAR more intersting, he's complex, and .. what you call stalkerish, or manipulative, is actually A GENTLEMAN who genuinely cares about a girl.

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  • Edward is FAR more intersting, he's complex, and .. what you call stalkerish, or manipulative, is actually A GENTLEMAN who genuinely cares about a girl.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Edward is FAR more intersting, he's complex, and .. what you call stalkerish, or manipulative, is actually A GENTLEMAN who genuinely cares about a girl.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Edward is FAR more intersting, he's complex, and .. what you call stalkerish, or manipulative, is actually A GENTLEMAN who genuinely cares about a girl.

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  • One thing I'm always surprised to hear is the oft-repeated concern that someone feels hesheit will be intruding or perceived as "stalkerish" or "fanboy/girlish" for commenting.

    "Where he ought to be, he sees what you can't see. Can't you see that?"

  • Is itjust me are these social networking web sites kind of stalkerish?

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  • Is itjust me are these social networking web sites kind of stalkerish?

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  • Is itjust me are these social networking web sites kind of stalkerish?

    I'm on twitter

  • Is itjust me are these social networking web sites kind of stalkerish?

    I'm on twitter

  • It's not "stalkerish," no matter how much the right wing media is trying to sell that phrase today.

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