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We know this well, we who have passed into the Realm of Terror, who skulk in eternal dusk among the scenes of our former lives, invisible even to ourselves and one another, yet hiding forlorn in lonely places; yearning for speech with our loved ones, yet dumb, and as fearful of them as they of us.
Nae doubt it's a hard thing to skulk and starve in the Heather, but it's harder yet to lie shackled in a red-coat prison."
'Charley, do nothing but skulk about, till you bring home some news of him!
A white shaggy dog, with his face scratched and torn in twenty different places, skulked into the room.
When on a war party, however, they go on foot, to enable them to skulk through the country with greater secrecy; to keep in thickets and ravines, and use more adroit subterfuges and stratagems.
The vanquished Cock skulked away and hid himself in a quiet corner, while the conqueror, flying up to a high wall, flapped his wings and crowed exultingly with all his might.
He skulks about the wharves of Joppa, and seeks a ship that's bound for Tarshish.
They show the vixen and her skulk in broad daylight at the rear of the home in Walkinstown.
Where nightmares live and torments dwell, And on a loop those scenes of dread, Where shadows skulk as darkness fell, There find himself amongst the dead.
He summons the rest of his skulk (gang) and they emerge from hidden tunnels.
The Magpies head coach wants to instil a "toughness" in his squad so they don't "skulk off" after a defeat, but instead acknowledge the support of the St James' Park crowd or the travelling Toon Army.
They skulk and scuttle around our living room every night and in the morning we find leftover bits of flies, beetles and other bugs the giant spider's been gorging on.