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Who among them could recognise the unknown, elusive bandit, Fantômas?

His only diversion was fishing for the elusive rainbow trout.

The sound of knocking had been faint, elusive, reflected Byrne.

But even to his acute sense of hearing the sound was too elusive.

Sam was volatile and elusive; his industry of an erratic kind.

At the same instant came an elusive whiff of pungency on the chill.

The world resembled a limitless flat shadow which was motionless and elusive.

It is too great and too elusive to be embraced and taken to a human breast.

This was all that I could distinguish, and of this only the most elusive glimpse was to be had.

The elusive but happy medium is the work of the socially well-trained.

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