Stalk(noun) Vs Stalk(verb) Vs Stork

Homophones are the words that sound the same, yet have different meanings. In this article we will see the difference between Stalk(noun) and Stalk(verb) and their correct usages.

Stalk(noun) Vs Stalk(verb)

Stalk: (n) The slender attachment or support of a leaf, flower or fruit; the main stem of a herbaceous plant.

For e.g.

  • She chewed a stalk of grass.
  • We were asked to take sample stalk of leaves for our biology practical class.
  • He trimmed the stalks of the tulips before putting them in a vase.

Stalk: (v) To follow stealthily

For e.g

  • Her ex-boyfriend stalked her.
  • I caught sight of someone stalking you, beware!

Stork: (n) a very tall long-legged wading bird with a long heavy bill and typically with white and black plumage.

 

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