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Spell Check of stalking

Correct spelling: stalking

Definition of stalking:

  1. The act of stealing secretly upon the game, as deer- stalking.

Common misspellings for stalking:

  • salking (33%)
  • staulking (20%)
  • stawking (13%)
  • stalkin (13%)
  • stallking (13%)
  • stalkings (7%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Examples of usage for stalking:

  1. Dicky had pinned his faith and his friendship to Fielding, and he saw no reason why he should lose his friend because Madame Cholera was stalking the native villages, driving the fellaheen before her like sheep to the slaughter.
  2. Still less did he perceive, when the comforting loneliness of the marshes began once more to close round him, that a big, husky figure was stalking him.
  3. If the " Rover" hauled up, so did we; if she kept away, the movement was instantly seen and followed by us, though all the time, as O'Malley observed, he could not, for the life of him, make out any thing but a dark shadow with a scarcely defined form stalking like an uneasy ghost before us; as to know what she was about, it passed his comprehension how we discovered it.

Quotes for stalking:

  1. There is a fine line between serendipity and stalking. - David Coleman
  2. The hardest thing to believe about The Fan is not that Robert De Niro is stalking somebody again but that anyone cares that much about a baseball player. - Bernie Lincicome
  3. Are you stalking me? Because that would be super. - Ryan Reynolds
  4. All successful employers are stalking men who will do the unusual, men who think, men who attract attention by performing more than is expected of them. - Charles M. Schwab

Idioms for stalking:

  1. a stalking horse