Finally, and most importantly, F. Murray Abraham will continue to lurk in the shadows, looking mysterious and bald.
Discounting the occasional outbreak among bushmeat hunters, Ebola seems content to lurk.
Perry will home in on the darkest corners of the Tea Party mind and work relentlessly to activate the demons that lurk there.
c.1300, lurken "to hide, lie hidden," probably from Scandinavian (cf. dialectal Norwegian lurka "to sneak away," dialectal Swedish lurka "to be slow in one's work"), perhaps ultimately related to Middle English luren "to frown, lurk" (see lower (v.2)). Related: Lurked; lurking.