Of course, the innate watchability of these socialites is matched only by their elusiveness.
The elusiveness at Obama's core, which once served him so well, has turned back on itself, arousing suspicions.
One of the defining aspects of the uprising is its elusiveness.
Not an adventurer or escroc in Europe could compare with him in elusiveness.
"Desire-compelling, with the elusiveness of the rainbow's end," was another.
His Alpine climbing had taught him the elusiveness of isolated peaks of knowledge.
She possessed an elusiveness that captivates more surely than beauty.
Her manner was so formal and old-fashioned, and she roused a sense of elusiveness that puzzled the young lady.
The Black was a super-dog, for cunning and strength and elusiveness.
The young curate of Ivell still held aloof, tantalizing Frances by his elusiveness.