[per-soo-er] /pərˈsu ər/
a person or thing that .
Scots Law, Ecclesiastical Law. a plaintiff or complainant.
late 14c., agent noun from pursue.
[per-soot] /pərˈsut/ noun 1. the act of : in pursuit of the fox. 2. an effort to secure or attain; quest: the pursuit of happiness. 3. any occupation, pastime, or the like, in which a person is engaged regularly or customarily: literary pursuits. /pəˈsjuːt/ noun 1. 2. an occupation, hobby, or pastime 3. (in cycling) […]
[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, […]
[pur-swi-vuh nt] /ˈpɜr swɪ vənt/ noun 1. a heraldic officer of the lowest class, ranking below a herald. 2. an official attendant on heralds. 3. any attendant or follower. /ˈpɜːsɪvənt/ noun 1. the lowest rank of heraldic officer 2. (history) a state or royal messenger 3. (history) a follower or attendant
noun, Military. 1. (formerly) an armed airplane designed for speed and maneuverability in fighting enemy aircraft.