stalk in

stalk in(to some place)

to stride into a place, perhaps indignantly. Carl stalked into the manager's office and began his tirade. He stalked in and began to complain.
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The shop for little garments seems very alarming when you reach the door; a man abruptly become a parent, and thus lost to a finer sense of the proprieties, may be able to stalk in unprotected, but apparently I could not.
If I have a buddy helping me, or if I'm helping a friend, the hunter will stalk in and the helper will stay back to guide the hunter.
Holding the stalk in position for more than one second initiates the lane-change program that stays on until the stalk is released.
That evening a gentle rain had moistened the ground litter, allowing me to stalk in silence.
Forget trying to stalk in dense bedding thickets or woodlots littered with noisy leaves More open, quiet terrain, particularly in the prairie states like South Dakota, is ideal Look for fringe habitat Deer usually feel safe feeding and resting for short periods in the open but within a few leaps of escape cover.