And the story of the movie is elusive, and the reality that Llewyn Davis is seeking is elusive.
But perhaps the best way to read the Bush memoir is as the elusive pièce de résistance of the most loyal Bush scrivener.
Naturally, foreign journalists have beaten a path to the relative safety of neighboring Kenya to interview the elusive pirates.
He wants to find one of the plants most elusive to him: the lotus flower, native to Asia.
Paradise on earth is elusive; there is a reason that the Latin word “utopia” translates as “no place.”
The Committee will realise that this is a question with an elusive climax.
Then he became more eager than ever to capture the elusive something.
It was a picture of elusive shadows, touched with warmer lights in its grays and greens.
It is too subtle and too elusive to be judged by external appearances.
The winding, unpaved roads and dark, weatherbeaten houses stirred an elusive tag-end of memory in him.