Definition of Prowler

1. Noun. Someone who prowls or sneaks about; usually with unlawful intentions.

Exact synonyms: Sneak, Stalker
Generic synonyms: Interloper, Intruder, Trespasser
Derivative terms: Prowl, Sneak, Sneak, Sneaky, Stalk



Definition of Prowler

1. n. One that prowls.

Definition of Prowler

1. Noun. One who roves about for prey; one who prowls. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Prowler

1. one that prowls [n -S] - See also: prowls

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prowler

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prowar
prowd
prowdly
prower
prowess
prowesses
prowest
prowfishes
prowhaling
prowhite
prowl
prowl car
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prowler (current term)
prowlers
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prowlingly
prowlings
prowls
proworker
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proxemics
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Literary usage of Prowler

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1. The Book-hunter, Etc by John Hill Burton (1883)
"... and I am inclined to go back to the idea that their most effective and comprehensive division is into the private prowler and the auction-haunter. ..."

2. The Book-hunter by John Hill Burton, Richard Grant White (1863)
"... and I am inclined to go back to the idea that their most effective and comprehensive division is into the private prowler and the auction-haunter. ..."

3. The Dune Country by Earl Howell Reed (1916)
"CHAPTER IX THE MYSTERIOUS prowler ONE fall there were queer happenings in the dune country. ... prowler."

4. Big Game Fields of America: North and South by Daniel Jasper Singer (1914)
"... IV THE prowler OF THE NIGHT AUTHOR'S NOTE.—The aim of this story is to bring the sportsman and naturalist in more direct contact with the surroundings ..."

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