1 a group of foxes 2 to move in a stealthy or furtive manner
intr.v. To lie in hiding, as out of cowardice or bad conscience; lurk. To move about stealthily. To evade work or obligation; shrink. noun One who hides, lurks, or practices evasion. A congregation of vemin, especially foxes, or thieves. adjective a person who skulks (skulker)
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No, but sometimes "average" means "mean" - when it doesn't mean median, geometric mean, or something else entirely.
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See mean-8. Or get a dictionary.
There is no statistical term such as "deviation mean".
a group of foxes is called a skulk but no animals live in a skulk
A group of dogs is called a pack. There may be a different name for a group of hunting fox hounds, but I don't know it.
slither, creep, crawl, slide, skulk
The plural of skulk is skulks. As in "the child skulks in the corner".
The word 'skulk' is a verb (skulk, skulks, skulking, skulked), to move in a sly or secret manner, to sneak.
Foxes don't hunt in groups, but they may be called a "skulk" not a pack - that is wolves.
It is a leash or skulk of foxes.
skulk - to lie or keep in hiding, as for some evil reason: The thief skulked in the shadows.
A group of fox is known as a skulk. It is not common for the fox to travel in groups as they prefer to be solitary animals.