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elusive
used in The Guardian

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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)
  • In Swansboro, Officer Jennifer Romanello spent the evening learning what she could about the elusive Robert Bonham.
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elusive = difficult to get a hold of
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