lurking-place

  • 1 lurking place — noun a place suitable for lurking • Hypernyms: ↑hiding place …

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  • 2 lurking-place — n. See lurking hole …

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  • 3 lurking place — hideout, hiding place; ambush …

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  • 4 lurking-place — lurkˈing place noun • • • Main Entry: ↑lurk …

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  • 5 lurking-hole — n.; (also lurking place) Ambush, ambuscade, retreat, cover, hiding place, den, hole …

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  • 6 “Lurking Fear, The“ —    Short story (8,170 words); written in mid to late November 1922. First published in Home Brew (January, February, March, and April 1923); rpt. WT (June 1928); first collected in O;corrected text in D.    In the first episode, the narrator is… …

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  • 7 hiding place — noun a place suitable for hiding something (such as yourself) (Freq. 5) • Hypernyms: ↑topographic point, ↑place, ↑spot • Hyponyms: ↑drop, ↑hideout, ↑hideaway, ↑den …

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  • 8 The Lurking Fear — Infobox short story | name = The Lurking Fear author = H. P. Lovecraft country = United States language = English genre = Horror short story publication type = Periodical published in = Home Brew publisher = media type = Print (Magazine) pub date …

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  • 9 The Lonesome Place — is a short story written by famed Science Fiction writer August Derleth. The story is part of a compilation of short stories in the book Lonesome Places . Published in 1962, by Arkham House Publishing, The Lonesome Place tells the story of two… …

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  • 10 No Place Like Home (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) — No Place Like Home Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode During her trance, Dawn s flickering image in a photograph makes Buffy believe she is the cause of their mother s health problems …

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  • 11 No Place Like Home (Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode) — Infobox Television episode Title=No Place Like Home Series=Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season=5 Episode=5 Airdate=October 24 2000 Production=5ABB05 Writer=Douglas Petrie Director=David Solomon Episode list=List of Buffy the Vampire Slayer episodes… …

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  • 12 In a Dark Place — Infobox Film name = In a Dark Place image size = director = Donato Rotunno starring = Leelee Sobieski Tara Fitzgerald Christian Olson Gabrielle Adam Graham Pountney Jonathan Fox released = 2006 runtime = 95 min country = Luxembourg / UK language …

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  • 13 Gahar —    Lurking place, one of the chief of the Nethinim, whose descendants returned to Jerusalem under Zerubbabel (Ezra 2:47) …

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  • 14 Ambush — (Roget s Thesaurus) >Means of concealment. < N PARAG:Ambush >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 hiding place hiding place Sgm: N 1 secret place secret place secret drawer Sgm: N 1 recess recess hold holes and corners Sgm: N 1 closet closet …

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  • 15 u̯el-7, u̯elǝ-, u̯lē- —     u̯el 7, u̯elǝ , u̯lē     English meaning: to turn, wind; round, etc..     Deutsche Übersetzung: “drehen, winden, wälzen”     Note: extended u̯el(e)u , u̯l̥ ne u , u̯(e)lei (diese also “umwinden, einwickeln = einhũllen”)     Material: A.… …

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  • 16 hold — 1) an enclosed space on a vessel for storing fish; may be insulated and/or refrigerated 2) fish remaining in one place, usually in a current 3) a place fish hide, as a lurking place in a stream under rocks …

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  • 17 dimhof — n ( es/ u) place of concealment, a lurking place, hiding place …

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  • 18 dimhofe — f ( an/ an) place of concealment, a lurking place, hiding place …

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  • 19 Digitalis — Foxglove redirects here. For other uses, see Foxglove (disambiguation). Foxglove Digitalis purpurea (Common Foxglove) Scientific classification Kingdom …

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  • 20 sǽt — f ( e/ a) an ambush, lurking place, a place where one lies in wait; snare, gin? [sittan] …

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