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[staw-ker] /ˈstɔ kər/
a person who pursues game, prey, or a person stealthily.
a person who harasses another person, as a former lover, a famous person, etc., in an aggressive, often threatening and illegal manner:
Hollywood stars often have security guards to keep dangerous stalkers at bay.
stalk2 (verb) + -er1 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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Examples for stalker
  • Early last year, the corporate stalker made his move.
  • The better part of myself becomes eclipsed by the creepy stalker side.
  • The message board stalker is always, by definition, more pathetic than the frequent poster.
  • They were gracious enough to arrange a meal and treat me, without much justification, as a professional equal more than a stalker.
  • But what you could do is send of you biggest stalker fans a copy free.
  • Change the locks on your home and vehicle if you, at any time, gave the stalker a key.
  • Officers called to the scene had no legal right to order the stalker to leave the area.
  • Record all detailed information about each encounter with the stalker.
  • The fear instilled by a stalker is not easily forgotten.

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