[purs-leyn, -lin] /ˈpɜrs leɪn, -lɪn/
a low, trailing plant, Portulaca oleracea, having yellow flowers, used as a salad plant and potherb.
any other plant of the purslane family.
a weedy portulacaceous plant, Portulaca oleracea, with small yellow flowers and fleshy leaves, which are used in salads and as a potherb
any of various similar or related plants, such as sea purslane and water purslane
[per-soo] /pərˈsu/ verb (used with object), pursued, pursuing. 1. to follow in order to overtake, capture, kill, etc.; chase. 2. to follow close upon; go with; attend: Bad luck pursued him. 3. to strive to gain; seek to attain or accomplish (an end, object, purpose, etc.). 4. to proceed in accordance with (a method, plan, […]
noun 1. the plant family Portulacaceae, characterized by chiefly herbaceous plants having simple, often fleshy leaves, sometimes showy flowers, and capsular fruit, and including bitterroot, purslane, red maids, rose moss, and spring beauty.
[per-soo-uh ns] /pərˈsu əns/ noun 1. the following or carrying out of some plan, course, injunction, or the like. /pəˈsjuːəns/ noun 1. the carrying out or pursuing of an action, plan, etc n. 1590s, from Middle French poursuiance “act of pursuing,” from Old French poursuir (see pursue).
[per-soo-uh nt] /pərˈsu ənt/ adjective 1. proceeding after; following (usually followed by to): Pursuant to his studies he took a job in an office. 2. . adverb, Also, pursuantly 3. according (usually followed by to): to do something pursuant to an agreement. 4. in a manner conformable (usually followed by to): to act pursuant to […]