Faintly, elusively, it came to his mind, like the distant echo of a melody heard in a dream.
But she said, elusively, that she took them at all sorts of times.
But also he advanced, though elusively, slipping to one side of those great paws.
He could dodge through the brush as elusively as any man in Wyoming.
A cruel foreknowledge of disaster overshadowed her; something unusual, elusively sinister, haunted her.
He knew now whose had been the elusively familiar voice he had heard outside Maggie's door.
He turned and would have caught her to him, but she drew back, elusively, as might a swan.
Above all, she could be elusively lucid and make herself understood without any bluntness of statement.
The wattle walls were not chinked; so the sweet night wind blew through freely; and elusively he saw stars against the night.
But the phantom mother that haunted his memory so elusively was not like that, though he could not remember how she differed.