What is a pursuer?
The verb pursue means to follow or chase. It can also mean to engage in an activity (to pursue a career, to pursue an interest).
A pursuer in the usual sense is someone chasing someone, or something.
In the second sense, a "pursuer" of a hobby or pastime is someone who engages in activity or study.
According to dictionary.com, to elude is to 'Evade or escape from (a danger, enemy, or pursuer), typically in a skillful or cunning way: "he managed to elude his pursuer". In the outsiders in particular, I'm not sure what you mean. Perhaps ask another question with the quote so one can use context clues. TL;DR to elude is to escape Stay gold, Ponyboy! [If this is the same Outsiders we're talking about]
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Why do squids have ink sacks and pens, but can not write? ^^ NOOO. Inside the mantle is the pen of the squid, a hard protrusion which is all that remains of the squid's shelled ancestors. The ink sack allows for a mixture of ink and mucus to be squirted through a funnel to distract the pursuer when the squid feels threatened.
There is no word spelled 'persude' in English. You may mean 'pursued', the past participle, past tense of the verb pursue. The noun forms for the verb to pursue are pursuer, pursuit, and the gerund, pursuing. You may mean the verb to 'persuade'. The noun forms for the verb to persuade are persuader, persuasion, and the gerund, persuading.