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Synonyms for avid

Synonyms for avid

having an insatiable appetite for an activity or pursuit

having a strong urge to obtain or possess something, especially material wealth, in quantity

Synonyms for avid

(often followed by 'for') ardently or excessively desirous

marked by active interest and enthusiasm

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And Joffrey's unprolific nature as a choreographer--despite the talent he displayed in ballets like Gamelon, Pas des Deeses, and the psychedelic Astarte--hasn't stopped Palmer, Hughes, and Whitener from avidly pursuing their own choreographic craft.
Spilker recently purchased can-seaming equipment for installation in his microbrewery, and is now avidly canning his flagship Hopluia Ale.
Made from a virus that avidly fuses to vertebrate cells, the gold-filled Sendai virus envelopes attached to neural cells that were later transplanted into rats.
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You read them avidly and then float right back into the mainstream.
com is the world's first and only retailer to aggregate and specialize in the sale of balls of every type, from the most popular sports like soccer, basketball, baseball and golf, to avidly enjoyed sports such as lacrosse, field hockey and water polo, to emerging or less-known sports such as team handball and sepak takraw.
A "must-have" for horse enthusiasts avidly interested in following and learning from generations of human and animal legends.
While Moore's film has been avidly promoted by Democratic partisans and leftists of various stripes, it has also appealed to genuinely conservative mainstream Americans.
for many years, health-conscious Americans avidly consumed margarine as a wholesome substitute for artery-clogging butter.
More to the point, just as there is a case to be made for the variety of childbirth experiences and medical responses at any given time, and over time, there is a similar case at hand for a range of feminist historical interpretations of childbirth, evolving from the avidly anti-doctor to those not unlike the author's own more complex interpretations.
Despite living in France with 50 cows and 220 sheep, David follows Town avidly.
church scene, I avidly read the article by Robert Scalia on Kibera.
GAO appeared to compromise its reputation for independence by issuing a report avidly sought by the truckers, who want a new 'independent review panel' to take another look at the EPA standards," said the Clean Air Trust.
McManus argues convincingly that these women may have read The Faerie Queene all the more avidly for feeling their own vexed negotiations played out in the tortured plots of the Amoret, Florimell, Serena and Priscilla stories.