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elusive
used in The Bourne Supremacy

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Definition
difficult to get a hold of

(mentally such as a memory or description; or externally such as an achievement or physical capture)
  • From somewhere within him he had to summon the elusive past and trust unremembered instincts.
    Chapter 8 (49% in)
  • For some elusive reason images of Paris came to him, then the blurred outlines of telephone booths as he and Marie raced from one to another through the blinding Paris streets, making blind, untraceable calls, hoping to unravel the enigma that was Jason Bourne.
    Chapter 30 (72% in)
  • Your language is elusive.
    Chapter 36 (15% in)

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