Pursuable
Pursuable Pur*su"a*ble, a. Capable of being, or fit to be, pursued, followed, or prosecuted. --Sherwood. [1913 Webster]

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  • pursue — verb (pursues, pursuing, pursued) 1》 follow in order to catch or attack. 2》 seek to attain (a goal). 3》 proceed along (a path or route). 4》 follow or continue with (a course of action).     ↘continue to investigate or discuss. Derivatives… …   English new terms dictionary

  • pursue — [c]/pəˈsju / (say puh syooh) verb (pursued, pursuing) –verb (t) 1. to follow with the view of overtaking, capturing, killing, etc.; chase. 2. to follow close upon; go with; attend: bad luck pursued him. 3. to strive to gain; seek to attain or… …   Australian English dictionary

  • pursue — v. (pursues, pursued, pursuing) 1 tr. follow with intent to overtake or capture or do harm to. 2 tr. continue or proceed along (a route or course of action). 3 tr. follow or engage in (study or other activity). 4 tr. proceed in compliance with (a …   Useful english dictionary

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