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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ELUDE
That I could elude Rima's keener eyes I doubted; but that did not trouble me.
He knew her power; perhaps that was why his instinct had led him to elude it.
This was to elude a successful German envelopment on their Louvain right.
The Baron was fixing his eyes on her and she tried to elude his gaze.
That it was so vague as to elude the support of argument made it only the stronger.
The only way will be to hide so as to elude his watchfulness.
He made no attempt to elude the bullet that he must have expected.
But somehow, Mrs. Bob continued to flop the broken wing, and to elude them.
Some sounds there are which elude the efforts of the most onomatopœic pen.
If she could find a boat she could elude the horseman who had made her a prisoner.