use pursue in a sentence.
Find a goal, and pursue it!
Failed, or decided to pursue other interests?
The phrase "Exit, pursued by a bear" seems strangely appropriate
There's nothing saying that both approaches shouldn't be pursued simultaneously.
Had a few opportunities I didn't pursue from it.
A good idea to help prioritize which leads to pursue!
Is it wise to pursue a whitelist approach?
Basically, if profit is your goal, pursue the profitable users.
College was supposed to prepare me to pursue my dreams.
Has anybody sane proposed that we pursue the opposite case?
They still pursue wealth, just not through the income venue.
Sounds good, will look into and pursue it.
Actively pursue girls and recreational drugs more than you are.
No- he's saying that some people who have the intellectual horsepower to pursue it choose to pursue other things instead.