Definition for stalked (2 of 2)
verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of stalk2
Related formsstalk·a·ble, adjectivestalk·er, noun
Examples from the Web for stalked
“I stalked her,” Lavie says matter-of-factly when asked how she and Ivgy first met.
It is set during the Irish Civil War, when the IRA stalked the Anglo-Irish, who responded with a mixture of fear and indignation.
When it comes to Facebook, then, it seems that the stalkers are at risk of becoming the stalked.
Harold stalks Rosemary, as he presumes Kim was stalked by her assailant.
There was also evidence that he stalked Giffords before shooting her.
They grew bolder and stalked stiffly about him, appraising his qualities with eye and nose.The Yellow Horde|Hal G. Evarts
He placed his pack on the ground and stalked them as a cat stalks a sparrow.Love of Life|Jack London
Holding it in front of him as a weapon, he stalked directly at the men and women before him.The Time Traders|Andre Norton
He glared at me again and then, jamming his hat on his head, stalked stiffly out.Paradise Garden|George Gibbs
Then he stalked out, with his gray fighting look about the eyes.The Prairie Wife|Arthur Stringer