Stalking meaning

A form of harassment generally comprised of repeated persistent following with no legitimate reason and with the intention of harming, or so as to arouse anxiety or fear of harm in the person being followed. Stalking may also take the form of harassing telephone calls, computer communications, letter-writing, etc. See also cyberstalking and harassment.
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Present participle of stalk.
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Hunting for game by moving silently and stealthily or by waiting in ambush.
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The crime of following or harassing another person, causing him or her to fear death or injury.
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Stalking is hunting for prey, or physically following someone, or contacting them excessively.

An example of stalking is quietly approaching an animal you're hunting.

An example of stalking is a fan following a celebrity as they go through their day.

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The removal of stalks from bunches of grapes prior to winemaking.
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