The thief continues to elude the police.
"The prisoner planned to elude the guards on the bridge"
The serial killer was able to elude authorities for three years.
johnny had to elude the police by hiding in the closet because he had stolen something.
The crooks will only be able to elude capture for so long.
I managed to elude capture. Her name eluded me. I basically means escape.
The prisoner made an escape from the courthouse, hoping to elude capture.
if i could answer it but i was still eluding it
"For so long you've managed to elude my attempts to capture you...until now." "The vision seemed to elude me, one second there and another, not."
The answer didnt elude him/her.
We are not sure; somehow the answer eludes us. The real identity of the new guest continued to elude her.
John hid high up in the tree, in an effort to elude his playmates while playing hide-and-seek.
I'm sorry, but the answer to your question eludes me; not really.
Elude is a verb.
avoid elude avoid elude
The word elude is a verb (elude, eludes, eluding, eluded); to escape or avoid by skill or trickery.
you can elude a pursuer and allude to a book
Metal is not elude. It will take a while for metal to burn.
She will have to elude from scene if she doesn't want anyone suspect that she did the crime.
The criminal eluded the police for several days until he finally accepted his fait and turned himself in.
The indictment shows the defendant to be charged with two counts of trespassing, fleeing to elude, and felony battery.
'Elude' is a verb. Therefore it has no meaning as an adjective, since it isn't one.
To escape by being quick or clever The definition of the word elude means evade or avoid.
I would probably say the word "avoid" is a probable synonym of the word, elude.