hover around

hover around (someone or something)

to hang or wait around someone or something. The mugger hovered around the side door to the theater, waiting for a victim. The birds hovered around the bird feeder.
See also: around, hover
References in classic literature ?
Susan had just come in from the kitchen, attended by the odor of delectable dishes which always seemed to hover around her.
It is not--happily for you, perhaps, and I may wish that I could say the same--it is not your character to hover around one flower.
The mercury level is likely to reach as high as 47C in the Al Khor area and hover around 45C-mark in several other places, including Doha, according to the forecast.
The reduction comes amidst a continuing decline in inflation, which is now projected to hover around an average of 4 percent for fiscal year 2014-2015.
Summary: The pace of US auto sales will hover around 14.
Summary: Rail cargo transportation continued to hover around previous levels
Summary: Headline inflation would reach about 1% in 2010 and hover around 2% over the next six quarters, Morocco's central bank, Bank al-Maghrib said on Tuesday.
London, Apr 14 (ANI): Just like American hummingbirds, African sunbirds have also learnt to hover around a flower to collect nectar, and scientists have found that the tree tobacco plant prompts the birds' ability to hang around.
The Caramel Brownie and Seven Layer hover around 600 calories, while the others range from 300 to 500 calories.
Growth in the rest of the world will hover around 1 percent, or just 8 million metric tons.
Depending on the source of your numbers, that means vacancy rates will hover around 13 percent, average rents around $38 and net absorption around 0.
It appears that many folks in the area have some kind of supernatural skill, and spirits hover around.
By mid autumn daily temperatures in Minneapolis hover around 50 degrees, but on November 6 the Minnesota city was the hot spot of the nation.
Energy stocks haven't been this attractive since the late 1970s when investors believed that oil prices would hover around $30 a barrel and would rise with inflation.
From 1999 to 2004, its share of US Internet services spending will hover around 20 percent.