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after in pursuit or search of. [1/12 definitions]
at one's heels in close pursuit.
careerism zealous pursuit of success in a career, often at the expense of family life, ethics, or the like.
catch to capture or grab, usu. after pursuit. [1/18 definitions]
chase1 to force in a given direction by pursuit or the like; put to flight. [2/9 definitions]
dissipate to waste one's health, money, talent, or the like in the extravagant pursuit of pleasure. [1/4 definitions]
dissipation wasteful using or spending, esp. in the dissolute pursuit of pleasure. [1/2 definitions]
dive a plunge, as in pursuit of something. [1/12 definitions]
fair game any likely, legitimate, or logical object of attack, mockery, or pursuit. [1/2 definitions]
fancier a devotee of some thing or pursuit. [1/2 definitions]
fox hunt a sport in which hunters on horseback follow dogs in pursuit of a fox. [1/2 definitions]
guild an organization of people having a common pursuit or hobby. [1/2 definitions]
habiliment (pl.) the equipment or furnishings characteristic of a particular setting or pursuit. [1/2 definitions]
hare and hounds an outdoor game of pursuit in which one group sets off first, leaving a trail of paper scraps for the second group to follow.
hue2 a clamor or outcry, as of pursuit. (See hue and cry.)
hunt to enter into a pursuit for animals with the intent of killing them for food or sport. [1/8 definitions]
idealism the pursuit of or belief in noble ideals, principles, and values. [1/2 definitions]
inalienable rights fundamental rights that cannot be removed, surrendered, or transferred to another person. The Declaration of Independence identifies "life, liberty, and the pursuit of independence" as inalienable rights.
individualism the pursuit of individual needs and concerns, sometimes ignoring the needs and concerns of the community. [1/2 definitions]
P- in the U.S. military, a pursuit plane, such as a P-38 or P-40.
posse a group of citizens summoned by a county law enforcement official and given temporary legal authority to assist in law enforcement, as for pursuit of a criminal. [1/2 definitions]