- when intr, often followed by around or about: to move stealthily around (a place) as if in search of prey or plunder
- the act of prowling
- on the prowl ⇒ moving around stealthily
- zealously pursuing members of the opposite sex
For the verb: "to prowl"
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prowl /praʊl/USA pronunciation v.WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2017
prowl•er, n. [countable]
prowl (proul),USA pronunciation v.i.
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prowl /praʊl/ vb
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