pursue


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Synonyms for pursue

engage in

try for

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conduct

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follow

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court

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Synonyms for pursue

to follow (another) with the intent of overtaking and capturing

to strengthen the effect of (an action) by further action

to work at, especially as a profession

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to go through (life) in a certain way

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to attempt to gain the affection of

Synonyms for pursue

carry out or participate in an activity

go in search of or hunt for

carry further or advance

References in classic literature ?
Like a storm do the suns pursue their courses: that is their travelling.
For the most part, they keep their various activities in various compartments, and they can pursue one to the temporary exclusion of the other.
He was single-hearted in his aim, and to pursue it he was willing to sacrifice not only himself -- many can do that -- but others.
So when the frigate had been armed for a long campaign, and provided with formidable fishing apparatus, no one could tell what course to pursue.
A-levels are just a progression from O-levels and not a true measure of a student's ability to pursue a degree at university.
Astudent can pursue CA after graduation under changed rules
2 : to follow up or proceed with <He won't answer, so why pursue it?
The authors found that males tended to pursue power goals more than females, while females tended to pursue social responsibility goals more than males.
was set to finalize a merger agreement with an undisclosed Toronto-area renewable energy company to allow the start-up firm to pursue opportunities in the agri-food industry.
He decided early on to pursue a career in engineering, but when family obligations forced him to quit university at age 19, he threw himself into a variety of careers.
For example, the book does not really pursue its insight that the disproportionate African-American presence among prostitutes in the 1920s may have shaped the regulatory environment.
Campbell, representing the Butchers' Benevolent Association, argued that the amendment's Privileges or Immunities Clause secured the right of butchers to pursue their calling without unreasonable interference from the state.
Host executive MBA programs realize students won't quit their jobs to pursue a degree that can cost up to $45,000.
Once he determines the back doesn't have the ball, he should pursue.
Thus, an executor may pursue an existing request for relief from joint and several liability made while the spouse was alive.