avidity avidity


  • (n) a positive feeling of wanting to push ahead with something



  1. They sense Jen's avidity for rare toys like the Green Destiny.
  2. But all this is essentially kid stuff, somewhere between adolescent and infantile in its voyeuristic avidity.
  3. The decision to detonate depends more on a question of personal shame than religious or nationalist aviditywhich doesn't seem very realistic either.


  • Date Night Dish: Avidity

    Each week in Date Night Dish, staffers Mikel Livingston and Emily Carroll will be dining at a Greater Lafayette restaurant and reporting back to you on our experience: the service, the atmosphere, the price and, of course, the food. This week they review Lafayette's Avidity.
    on January 30, 2014     Source: Journal & Courier

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