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skulk

Obsolete a pack of foxes or other animals that creep about stealthily
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But Lib Dem Brexit spokesman Tom Brake said later: "We've got less than 20 months of Brexit talks left and David Davis has skulked -back to the UK after just half a day's work.
He BREXIT Secretary David Davis turned up to EU divorce talks without any briefing documents and "skulked" back home after just three hours.
He skulked them into a snare" (caused-motion construction).14
Strikingly, none of the exhibitions was devoted to modernism as such, save perhaps Robert Storr's "Modern Art despite Modernism." But even there it merely skulked as the ghost of what we must call the Greenbergian paradigm, as Storr included modern works to which Greenberg would not have given the time of day--pieces by Dali, for example, and Andrew Wyeth.
So how come they skulked off the field with suicidal expressions and then disgracefully refused to accept the trophy?
"It wasn't like this in the old days," I would murmur as I skulked around, sidestepping the rivers of God-knows-what oozing down the street.
Ten percent of the state's instructors promptly failed their first bout with the eighth-grade-level exam, and some 3.5 percent eventually skulked from the classroom.
Lib Dem Brexit spokesman Tom Brake said: "We've got less than 20 months of Brexit talks left and David Davis has skulked back to the UK after just half a day's work.
And don't even get me started on the pounds 63k of public-funded pension that tops up the pounds 15million quid Tony Blair has earned since he skulked out of office.
The dead girl's natural father skulked in the background.
Upon realising his mistake he skulked off into the night, chainsaw in tow.
The healthy looking creature clearly had no fear as he skulked behind a car next door to the home of four-week-old Denny Dolan, who was last night still recovering from the attack in which he had a finger bitten off.