One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1A person who pursues; = "pursuer". Also in extended use. US in later use.
2Military (originally and chiefly US). A pursuit plane.
3Cycling. A cyclist who competes in a pursuit race, especially one who specializes in this event.
Mid 16th century. From pursuit + -er.
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