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Other improvements are making the submarine more elusive and lethal.

The dogs are easy to catch, but the cats are more elusive.

Mooallem visits at the same time Martha Stewart does, although she proves more elusive than any of the bears.

A good template to contain health-care spending is more elusive.

Ideologues ignoring realities from all sides make peace more elusive, whether they label themselves as “peaceniks” or not.

In the other field, that of overlordship, the subtleties were still more elusive.

A more elusive, non-recorded character is hardly to be found.

The transparent tissue of its wings was filled with a finer and more elusive iridescence.

Or would she appear as some still more elusive vision, retreating before him as he advanced?

No butterfly that flits from flower to flower could be more elusive than her young men.


On this page you'll find 63 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to elusive, such as: ambiguous, fleeting, illusory, incomprehensible, puzzling, and slippery.

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