elusion

noun
elu·sion | \ē-ˈlü-zhən \

Definition of elusion 

: an act of eluding

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Examples of elusion in a Sentence

his artful elusion of the worst work assignments

First Known Use of elusion

1617, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for elusion

Medieval Latin elusion-, elusio, from Late Latin, deception, from Latin eludere

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Dictionary Entries near elusion

elude someone's grasp

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Eluru

elusion

elusive

elusory

elute

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The first known use of elusion was in 1617

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