One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Characterized by or displaying an obsessive and inappropriate or unwelcome interest in someone.‘her last boyfriend had become rather needy, and went a tad stalkery when she broke up with him’
- ‘The lyrics are hilarious, as she sings/raps about being the most attentive, involved, stalkery girlfriend ever.’
- ‘And that's not even getting into his weird, stalkery, very bossy relationship he has with Bella, a moron girl who got a crush on the coolest dude in her school, then married him.’
- ‘Blake unequivocally lays his feelings on the table but manages to do so without seeming the slightest bit stalkery.’
- ‘Betsy does agree to go on two dates with the stalkery driver, but Travis still hasn't adjusted to life after Vietnam.’
- ‘Lloyd finally "won" the girl back, because his annoying, stalkery antics helped prove he deserved his prize.’
- ‘That can be really sweet and totally normal, as long as the gift goes through the proper channels and isn't accompanied by a stalkery note.’
- ‘This all seems rather stalkery and vengeful.’
- ‘"You're going to be my best friend," vows her future husband, not at all stalkery.’
- ‘He gave me the "I know you know me" look and I turned back to face the counter, not having a single thing to say to him that wouldn't sound stalkery.’
- ‘It doesn't make any difference to me but it seems a bit stalkery for you to bring this up.’
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