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box2 to pursue boxing as a career. [1/6 definitions]
chase1 to pursue (game) in order to kill; hunt. [3/9 definitions]
convention a formal meeting or assembly called together to discuss or pursue common interests. [1/4 definitions]
course to pursue; chase. [1/10 definitions]
dog to follow persistently or antagonistically; track; pursue. [1/6 definitions]
encourage to enthusiastically advise (someone) to pursue a course of action; urge. [1/4 definitions]
fellow a graduate student at a university or college who receives financial assistance to pursue specific studies. [1/7 definitions]
fight to pursue or continue (a fight). [1/9 definitions]
follow to move behind in order to catch; pursue. [1/14 definitions]
follow in someone's footsteps to pursue a course of action very similar to that of someone else.
fury (pl.; cap.) in Greek and Roman mythology, the three horrible female creatures that pursue to the grave those who have committed unpunished crimes. [1/4 definitions]
hound to pursue or follow relentlessly. [1/6 definitions]
hunt to pursue (game animals) for food or sport. [2/8 definitions]
hustle (informal) to aggressively pursue profits. [1/10 definitions]
keep one's nose to the grindstone to start or diligently pursue some hard or tedious work, esp. in a spirit of resignation.
leeway additional time, space, or freedom to pursue, accomplish, or decide something. [1/2 definitions]
minor to pursue a secondary or minor course of study. (Cf. major.) [1/7 definitions]
nonsuit in law, a judgment against a plaintiff based on failure to pursue prosecution or to provide adequate evidence for a legal action. [1/2 definitions]
nonviolence the policy or practice of refusing to use violent means to pursue political or social aims.
persist to pursue stubbornly or insistently a demand, line of questioning, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
pointless useless to pursue; without meaning. [1/3 definitions]