Definition of stalker in English:

stalker

Syllabification: stalk·er
Pronunciation: /ˈstôkər
 
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noun

1A person who stealthily hunts or pursues an animal or another person.
1.1A person who harasses or persecutes someone with unwanted and obsessive attention.
More example sentences
  • Resentful stalkers harass their victims with the specific intention of causing fear and apprehension out of a desire for retribution for some actual or supposed injury or humiliation.
  • Daniel, like so many abusive men, is using the laws surrounding the rights of fathers to get access to their children as a stalkers ' charter to harass, hound and victimise.
  • It's not like I am Brad Pitt or something so why do I have obsessive stalkers?

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