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Definition of "pursuing" []

  • Present participle of pursue. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "pursuing" in a sentence
  • "Bush also spent his term pursuing a pragmatic domestic agenda, choosing what he perceived as responsible and prudent decision-making over ideology – the “town father” model that you might expect from a Greenwich patrician."
  • "The book opens with the gunslinger of the title pursuing the man in black across an endless desert, and continues in an oddly dreamlike (not to say nightmarish) fashion as we learn more of the gunslinger, the post apocalyptic world (that has 'moved on') and his quarry."
  • "It could be as simple as putting the word "pursuing" before that imaginary degree on your resume."