Definition of Prowled

1. Verb. (past of prowl) ¹



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Definition of Prowled

1. prowl [v] - See also: prowl

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prowled

provosty
prow
prowar
prowd
prowdly
prower
prowess
prowesses
prowest
prowfishes
prowhaling
prowhite
prowl
prowl car
prowled (current term)
prowler
prowlers
prowlike
prowling
prowlingly
prowlings
prowls
proworker
prows
prox
prox.
proxemic
proxemics
proxenet

Literary usage of Prowled

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1. The Bookman (1915)
"For six or seven months, then, Porter had no employment, but prowled about the house, reading and drawing and playing the guitar. ..."

2. Travels Amongst the Great Andes of the Equator by Edward Whymper (1892)
"Yet we never saw any, although they prowled around us at night, and left their footprints in the snow. The camp (14762 feet) was established at the eastern ..."

3. The Pioneers of New France in New England, with Contemporary Letters and by James Phinney Baxter (1894)
"were sent out, and for sometime prowled in the vicinity of the town. In August, Thury was at Fort St. John and ..."

4. The Common Law by Robert William Chambers (1911)
""She prowled around the library, luxuriously, dipping into inviting volumes." But at what moment in any day was she ever entirely unconscious of him? ..."

5. Wuthering Heights: A Novel by Emily Brontë (1848)
"I felt that God had forsaken the stray sheep there to its own wicked wanderings, and an evil beast prowled between it and the fold, waiting his time to ..."

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