Elude

• (v. t.) To avoid slyly, by artifice, stratagem, or dexterity; to escape from in a covert manner; to mock by an unexpected escape; to baffle; as, to elude an officer; to elude detection, inquiry, search, comprehension; to elude the force of an argument or a blow.
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elude

evade verb escape, either physically or mentally; `The thief eluded the police`; `This difficult idea seems to evade her`; `The event evades explanation`
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Elude

E·lude' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Eluded ; present participle & verbal noun Eluding .] [ Latin eludere , elusum ; e + ludere to play: confer French éluder . See Ludicrous...
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elude

elude (i LOOD) 1. To avoid, escape from, dodge, get away from, evade as by daring, cleverness, or skill: 'The burglar eluded the police by hiding in a dumpster. The suspect continues to elude the police.' 2. To escape the understanding or grasp of: 'This is a name that has always eluded me.' 3. Etymology: 'to make a fool of', from Latin ...
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elude

escape, either physically or mentally
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elude

escape, either physically or mentally
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elude

escape, either physically or mentally
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elude

[v] - be incomprehensible to 2. [v] - escape, either physically or mentally
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