Having a stalk or stem. Often used in combination: long-stalked; short-stalked. (adjective)
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Use "stalked" in a sentence
"They felt maybe people wouldn't understand the word stalked, so it became "Monster from the Ocean Floor.""
"When Amunhotep couldnt stand any more of his brothers sickness, he stalked from the chamber and stood on a balcony overlooking Thebes."
"Mrs. Morton gathered the folds of her dress together and without a word stalked out of the room."