What is the
difference between Lark and Lurk?
What is the difference between Lark and Lurk? :
Lark : (noun)
( 1 ) Bit of adventurous fun
The boys did not mean any harm. They were only having a lark.
They stole the car for a lark. But now they are in trouble.
( 2 ) Unpleasant or irritating type of activity
I do not much like queuing lark.
( 3 ) Any of several small songbirds especially skylark
Do you have a lark?
The lark is singing the melodious tune.
Lark : (verb)
( 1 ) Behave playfully or irresponsibly
It is against your own interest to lark about.
Lurk : (verb)
( 1 ) Be or stay behind
Somebody is lurking in the bushes.
A suspicious looking man is lurking in the shadows.
( 2 ) Wait near a place trying not to attract attention
He is usually lurking somewhere near the restaurant.
( 3 ) Linger in the mind without being clearly shown
I have a lurking suspicion that he belongs to a very notorious gang.
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