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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of elude.

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Examples

  • Brossard read from Yesterday at the Hotel Clarendon, the novel recently published by Coach House, and then a little French--the title eludes me.

    Nicole Brossard

  • Brossard read from Yesterday at the Hotel Clarendon, the novel recently published by Coach House, and then a little French--the title eludes me.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • At the same time, I kinda want to read the book--for the same reasons I found one of those alarmist books on declining fertility among educated women to be so interesting the title eludes me right now--sorry.

    Know Thine Enemy

  • If a name eludes morphing, add, “Get the hell out of here!” as in “Jonathan … get the hell out of here!”

    Saving Face

  • If a name eludes morphing, add, “Get the hell out of here!” as in “Jonathan … get the hell out of here!”

    Saving Face

  • The meaning of this term eludes me, but I notice the walls.

    A Mess

  • I believe the industrialists refer to the walls as fleeting walls, but the meaning of this term eludes me.

    A Mess

  • I believe the industrialists refer to the walls as fleeting walls, but the meaning of this term eludes me.

    Ioh

  • The meaning of this term eludes me, but I notice the walls.

    Ioh

  • So far, as this title eludes, I have a variety of veggies and fruits growing in my garden, though the craziest plant of all is the pumpkin, which I had to literally tear away from my tomato plants today.

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