Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: pursuers
IPA transcription: [pɚs'uɚz]
Usage examples
  • The tall soldier faced about as upon relentless pursuers.
  • His pursuers came up to the spot where he had made his plunge into the water; here they paused, evidently at fault.
  • A scattering volley was fired by the foremost of the pursuers, but it did no harm, and Calhoun was soon across the field.
  • When the otter is seized, or upon the point of being caught by the hounds, he turns upon his pursuers with the utmost ferocity.
  • The minutes that dragged by seemed veritable eternities to Bertha Kircher and then at last, and almost with relief, she knew that the pursuers were upon them.
  • Judging that more powder would have to be burned after all, I once more loaded our little piece, charging with shell as before; and whilst I was doing this our pursuers opened fire upon us.
  • The dark horse appeared to be somewhat darker than the one described by Griswold, but I was cautioned that they might exchange a horse for one on the range in order to mislead their pursuers.
  • It must be as evident to you as it is to me that you cannot save us, for though you succeeded in dragging us from the path of our pursuers, even your great strength and endurance could never take one of us across the desert waste which lies between here and the nearest fertile country."
  • He satisfied the Committee that he fully believed in freedom, and had proved his faith by his works, as he came in contact with pursuers, whom he put to flight by the use of an ugly-looking knife, which he plunged into one of them, producing quite a panic; the result was that he was left to pursue his Underground Rail Road journey without further molestation.