Pronunciation: (skulk),[key] —v.i. 1. to lie or keep in hiding, as for some evil reason: The thief skulked in the shadows. 2. to move in a stealthy manner; slink: The panther skulked through the bush. 3. Brit.to shirk duty; malinger.
—n. 1. a person who skulks.
2. a pack or group of foxes.
3. Rare.an act or instance of skulking. Also,sculk.