Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of purse.
  • noun An expression or motion that purses.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Kidd also is interested in pursing a path as a NBA general manager.

    Kidd gets a passing grade

  • One such company, Guide By Cell, is very interested in pursing further possibilities for the adoption of this technology in libraries.

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  • One such company, Guide By Cell, is very interested in pursing further possibilities for the adoption of this technology in libraries.

    mobile phone audio tours

  • I'm just havung fun imagining different possibilities for what "pursing" might be.

    Heh.

  • And, of course, the way people called waiters: kind of pursing their lips and "kissing" the air.

    The First Time You Saw Mexico....

  • In addition, the repetitive facial expressions you make when smoking - such as pursing your lips when inhaling and squinting your eyes to keep out smoke - may contribute to wrinkles.

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  • Our chosen bishop and spiritual leader has asked us to look at everything and to grow in Christ, pursing excellence as a community and as ministers of Christ in the world.

    Diocese of Niagara: Who is to say that our creeds are for all time? « Anglican Samizdat

  • Openings for political reform are few but worth pursing nonetheless.

    Laying Down Vietnam's Law

  • Graduate students in Columbia's fine arts program are working artists who have had some experience creating and exhibiting their work prior to graduate school, and their objective in pursing a higher degree is to spend time surrounded by an artistic community, where their work will be both critiqued and supported by their professors, fellow students, as well as visiting artists, curators and scholars.

    Joan Sherman: Young Artists Look at Old Masters

  • This involves pursing your lips on the back of your hand.

    Country Diary: Strathnairn

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