Pursue means to catch, hunt, or look for something.
Pursue or hunt means to chase something.
Chase is a five letter word that means to pursue or hunt.
Elephants don't hunt, they predate plants, but there aren't that many hunting skills needed to pursue vegetables.
hunt, quest, follow pursue, track, hound
Pursue, chase, seek out, track down...stalk
accompany, attend, escort, pursue, track, hunt, chase, shadow, trail, hound
The surname: Caza'; is from the castilian spanish word: caza; which means to "pursue" or "hunt".
Nope It is a felony if they want to pursue it.
The Caza' - Originally a surname, orginates from Castilian Spanish: meaning to pursue, chase or hunt.
Pursue means in simple words that to chase follow or continue with something!;to chase or follow
That dog can hunt is a metaphor for He is good at something
To seek or hunt means to go on a quest.
choosing a profession
Before the Hunting Act was passed, the Harbourer was the person who goes, out normally in the early morning, and finds and watches the deer, which the hunt wishes to pursue, usually one which has been doing particular damage to crops, and where it lies up. This information was then given to the Master at the meet so that the hunt could successfully pursue this animal.
To do the things you like. Hobbies
The proper spelling is pursued, and is the past tense and past participle of pursue. Pursue means to chase or follow.
It means to go after something and attach to it
To seek greater awareness of our world.
what exactly do you mean? hunt for as in food, or it could mean i variety of things. i would be happy to answer though, if it were more specific
Elephants eat vegetation. Thus, they do not "hunt" unless by the word hunt, you mean to look for plants.
to pursue some one means you want to chase them, if you mean to "sue" someone you will have to go to court with an attorney to help you with your case.