PROWL, verb transitive [I know not the origin of this word, nor from what source it is derived. It may be derived from the root of stroll, troll, with a different prefix.] To rove over.
He prowls each place, still in new colors deck'd.
PROWL, verb intransitive To rove or wander, particularly for prey, as a wild
beast; as a prowling wolf.
1. To rove and plunder; to prey; to plunder.
PROWL, noun A roving for prey; colloquially, something to be seized and devoured.