an eluding; escape or avoidance by quickness or cunning; evasion
Origin of elusionLate Latin elusio ; from Classical Latin elusus, past participle of eludere
The act or an instance of eluding or escaping; evasion.
Origin of elusionMedieval Latin &emacron;l&umacron;si&omacron;, &emacron;l&umacron;si&omacron;n-, mockery, contempt, from Latin &emacron;l&umacron;sus, past participle of &emacron;l&umacron;dere, to escape, mock; see elude.
(countable and uncountable, plural elusions)
- The act of eluding.