Definition of pursue:
observe, conform to, chase down, abide by, bird-dog, keep an eye on, engage, carry on, have your eye on someone, hunt down, run, stick to, espouse, try, lease, come after, hound, be, enlist, employ, look up, push for, work, play along, sweep someone off their feet, mesh, stick with, in hot pursuit, engross, trace, hire, cast around, obey, attempt, prosecute, shadow, give chase, chat up, comply, heed, imitate, pick up, watch, follow up on, hunt out, run after, absorb, fall out, execute, quest for, persevere, struggle, follow through, forage, sex, surveil, attend, survey, lock, course, cast about, pass, continue, track down, try for, adopt, watch over, keep up, wage, follow, act on, go about, come, strain, charter, plight, take after, Romance, travel along, shop, court, postdate, pair off, flirt, rent, follow up, conduct, betroth, woo, go after, copy, occupy, accompany, ask out, get after, take, keep abreast, practice, chase after, carry out, spark, make a pass at someone, press for, practise, lead, live, affiance, tag, quest after, operate.
- follow (part of speech: verb)
- venture (part of speech: verb)
- pursue (part of speech: verb)
- "The Sea-Hawk", Raphael Sabatini.
- "A Double Knot", George Manville Fenn.
I felt it was useless to pursue that part of the subject, so I waited a little, and then I said: Am I to understand, then, that you are going to give up your position in society, and all your friends, for the sake of this one man, who probably does not care for you, who certainly does not respect you, and of whom you know nothing?- "Ideala", Sarah Grand.