Noun(1) material consisting of seed coverings and small pieces of stem or leaves that have been separated from the seeds(2) a slender or elongated structure that supports a plant or fungus or a plant part or plant organ(3) a hunt for game carried on by following it stealthily or waiting in ambush(4) the act of following prey stealthily(5) a stiff or threatening gait
Verb(1) walk stiffly(2) follow stealthily or recur constantly and spontaneously to(3) go through (an area
(1) According to legend the shamrock, with its three leaves on the single stalk , was used by St. Patrick to explain the mystery of the Christian Trinity to the pagan Irish.(2) They envision hunters coming here to stalk elk, loggers to fell selected trees.(3) Linen is from flax, a bast fiber taken from the stalk of the plant.(4) This ambulatory session is done by a preliminary biopsy of the gland stalk and with minimum invasive laparoscopic instrumentation.(5) Before dropping off underneath a wispy mosquito net, my last thought is: who knows what creatures stalk this place?(6) he chewed a stalk of grass(7) First, we deal with the case of elastic legs that are connected to the stalk through a free joint.(8) A few weeks later the stalks were head high, and there, where the branches met the main stalk , were little pools of water; perfect breeding grounds for mosquitoes.(9) Because R. kirbyi also possesses the longest stalk in the fauna, it is likely that the crown of adult specimens was elevated above those of all other crinoids.(10) October is an excellent month to stalk the shorelines of small lakes and ponds for aggressive bass.(11) To prepare parsley for chopping, pull leaves from the main stalk .(12) They stalk the darkness between the trees, hunting for the living.(13) As seeds ripened during the course of the experiment, the inflorescences were harvested by clipping the main stalk of each flowering culm just below the lowermost panicle branch.(14) Some deep-sea crinoids have a third body portion, the stalk .(15) This technique, called "glassing" allows the hunter to spot the game from some distance away, then plan out a ambush or stalk .(16) He usually sauntered everywhere; now his stride could only be described as a stalk .