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stalk

verb     /stɔːk/
[T] to follow a person or animal closely and secretly, often to try to catch or attack them: She claimed that the man had been stalking her for a month.Pursuing
stalk out/off, etc to walk in an angry or proud way: She stalked out of the restaurant.Moving firmly on foot
(Definition of stalk verb from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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