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skulk

Obsolete a pack of foxes or other animals that creep about stealthily
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Despite admitting it was "difficult", McClaren wants his players to have the "toughness" to face the crowd and not to "skulk off".
For what group of animals is the traditional collective noun a skulk? 8.
In other words, it remains to be explained why a motion verb like walk can participate in the resultative construction (example 2 below), while this is not the case with a different motion verb like skulk (example 3).
ANSWERS: 1 Jimmy Young; 2 Esquire; 3 That is to say, from the Latin Id est; 4 Honeydew; 5 Llantrisant; 6 Jean Harlow; 7 Iris Murdoch; 8 Luton Town; 9 A skulk; 10 Menzies is pronounced as Ming-iss in Gaelic.
Would we like to see Rick Santorum skulk out of the U.S.
They skulk into the surgery to accept the drugs they protest against.
Perhaps I am the exception; perhaps all others who partake of these games are bloody, slavering things who, after an hour of joystick stimulus, go and skulk about in dark alleys, waiting to cudgel unsuspecting passers-by.
When normal mice are released into a new cage, they skulk near the edges.
So expect Mr Brown to skulk morosely in the shadows like an untamed grisly stalking his prey and waiting for the opportunity to pounce on an elusive slippery quarry.
What I don't understand is why do these people think it is all right to skulk around and fix themselves up at public expense.
And while the coppers wade in with their batons, Ian will presumably skulk behind some bins, writing a poem about it.