Definition of Lurking place
1. Noun. A place suitable for lurking.
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Literary usage of Lurking place
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1. Antonina: Or, The Fall of Rome by Wilkie Collins (1874)
"Then, as I heard the messenger of death retire, cursing, from his lurking-place in the garden, I recollected that now my children had none but their mother ..."
2. A Practical Dictionary of the English and German Languages by Felix Flügel, Johann Gottfried Flügel (1861)
"2. a) stopping-place, rest; b)eunt. den, lurking-place of thieves, vagabonds, &c. ; — pluj), :n. vid. ..."
3. Travels in Luristan and Arabistan by C. A. De Bode (1845)
"Lurking-place of the marauding mountaineers.—Proof of the unsettled state of the country. ... Lurkingplace ..."