LURK, verb intransitive
1. To lie hid; to lie in wait.
Let us lay wait for blood; let us lurk privily for the innocent. Proverbs 1:11.
2. To lie concealed or unperceived. See that no selfish motive lurks in the heart.
See the lurking gold upon the fatal tree.
3. To retire from public observation; to keep out of sight.
The defendant lurks and wanders about in Berks.