Gardner writes about the menace that lurks beneath the surface of her villains with an intensity that would make Ted Bundy blush.
But it turns out that just 63 light years away, there lurks a similarly colored planet.
The last six months have been a stark reminder of the brutality that lurks at the boundaries of civilized society.
She is young, bubbly, and never would you expect the talent that lurks beneath.
Although we watch the behavior of the super-rich with goggle-eyed fascination, bad feeling toward them lurks in the wings.
The intrigue, however, never comes to the foreground in history, but lurks in the background thick with shadows.
It is a danger that lurks and hides in the sources and fountains of power in every state.
I accept all from the hands of fate, and I have captured every delight that lurks under cover of every moment.
I have tried to show the real danger that lurks in every form of sex-parasitism.
To a living being no “It is” can be absolute; wherever there is an “Is,” there, among its harmonics, lurks an “Is not.”
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.