Mr Rajoy is elusive about his plans.
Not-mule is elusive, but is it limiting?
Mr Biswas was from Trinidad, continually striving for elusive success.
One of the most elusive mammals on the planet happens to be one of the most endangered.
For about a decade, NASH has been an elusive yet tempting disease indication for pharma.
(That sense remains elusive, but see McKenna (2012) and Macnamara (2015) for more discussion.)
But that prospect seems elusive now and may grow only more difficult over a long primary race.
Now researchers say the elusive inhabitant of the Himalayas and Tibetan plateau has been unmasked.
Mariella Frostrup explores the elusive art of comedy writing in the company of four illustrious guests.
Neutrinos can be very hard to detect, so much so that Neil deGrasse Tyson dubbed them "the most elusive prey in the cosmos."
Until investors start measuring companies by their social impact instead of their quarterly returns, systemic change may prove elusive.
But as his tenure went on, security became more elusive in the country, with its central regions destabilized by Islamist and intercommunal violence.
The neutral hydrogen compounds of aluminum and gallium are elusive species, although AlH3 and Ga2H6 have been detected and characterized to some degree.
This takeaway sandwich shop attracts queues on the weekends for the unique lineup of sandwiches including kiwi, pear, grape and even the elusive Miyazaki mango.
Summary: In the crime thriller "The Watcher," a detective (James Spader) desperately attempts to track down an elusive serial killer named David Allen Griffin (Reeves).
A wintertime visit to Arizona’s Grand Canyon is a great way to avoid crowds, spot the national park’s elusive wildlife, and enjoy festive activities organized by nearby businesses.
Merkel so far has maintained an open-door policy for refugees, seeking an elusive diplomatic solution to reduce an influx that has prompted an increasing number of countries to impose national restrictions.
Apart from the fringe meetings, several much more private discussions have been conducted in its shadow, including another valiant attempt by Mr Clinton to clinch the still elusive Israeli-Palestinian deal.
There have been many creative responses to the Troubles in Northern Ireland – the violent conflict that raged between 1969 and the signing of the Good Friday agreement in 1998 – but a substantial collection of them in Northern Ireland has proved elusive.
Intrepid travelers visiting Iceland during the winter months can take their chances on viewing the elusive Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights, but for summer visitors or those short on time, the Aurora Reykjavik (Northern Lights Center) offers the next best thing.
- difficult to describe
Example: a haunting elusive odor
- skillful at eluding capture
Example: a cabal of conspirators, each more elusive than the archterrorist
- difficult to detect or grasp by the mind or analyze
- making great mental demands; hard to comprehend or solve or believe
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