Elusive

ELUSIVE – Word of the Week August 15, 2016      #vocabulary“An elusive thought is one you can’t catch.  It’s a thought that simply refuses to hatch.”

Definition:  (adj) difficult to find, catch, or achieve.

Usage Example: Since I am not good in math, getting an A in algebra is an elusive goal for me.

Usage Notes:  can describe abstract ideas, people, or objects

Etymology:  ex = out, away + ludere = to play

Family Members: elude (verb)

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