(of a person or way) Continue or proceed along (a path or route)
the road pursued a straight course over the scrubland
Engage in (an activity or course of action)
Andrew was determined to pursue a computer career
the council decided not to pursue an appeal
Continue to investigate, explore, or discuss (a topic, idea, or argument)
we shall not pursue the matter any further
prosecute: carry out or participate in an activity; be involved in; "She pursued many activities"; "They engaged in a discussion"
follow in or as if in pursuit; "The police car pursued the suspected attacker"; "Her bad deed followed her and haunted her dreams all her life"
quest for: go in search of or hunt for; "pursue a hobby"
carry further or advance; "Can you act on this matter soon?"
(pursued) a person who is being chased; "the film jumped back and forth from the pursuer to the pursued"
(pursued) followed with enmity as if to harm; "running and leaping like a herd of pursued antelopes"
(pursuing) following in order to overtake or capture or as accompaniment to such pursuit; "the fox fled from the pursuing hounds"; "listened for the hounds' pursuing bark"
Pursued is a 1947 movie starring Robert Mitchum that combines western, film noir and psychological melodrama. The film was directed by Raoul Walsh and photographed in black-and-white by James Wong Howe.
To follow with harmful intent; to try to harm, to persecute, torment. [from 14th c.]; To follow urgently, originally with intent to capture or harm; to chase. [from 14th c.]; To follow, travel down (a particular way, course of action etc.). [from late 14th c. ...
(PURSUED) To follow with an end in view.
(Pursuing) Means actually doing a job. "Pursuing" is not used in the sense of seeking work.
v. follow (sb/sth), esp in order to catch or kill; chase ,