elusive

[adj] - be difficult to detect or grasp by the mind 2. [adj] - difficult to describe 3. [adj] - skillful at eluding capture
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Elusive

• (a.) Tending to elude; using arts or deception to escape; adroitly escaping or evading; eluding the grasp; fallacious.
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elusive

evasive adjective skillful at eluding capture; `a cabal of conspirators, each more elusive than the archterrorist`- David Kline
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elusive

[Adjective] Hard to grasp.
Example: The secret of happiness is elusive.
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Elusive

E┬Ělu'sive adjective Tending to elude; using arts or deception to escape; adroitly escaping or evading; eluding the grasp; fallacious. « Elusive of the bridal day, she gives Fond hopes to all, and all with hopes deceives.» Pope. -- E*lu'sive*ly , ...
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elusive

elusive Tending to elude perception or comprehension; difficult to describe.
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elusive

skillful at evading capture
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