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Meanings of Avail-oneself-of:

phrasal verb

To use something for your own benefit

Usage examples:

Voters should avail themselves of all the tools available to get information about the candidates.

Meanings of Availabilities:

noun

The quality of being able to be used or obtained.

Usage examples:

Turkey producers had been losing sales because of the all-year-round availability of beef

Meanings of Availability:

noun

The quality of being able to be used or obtained.

Usage examples:

Turkey producers had been losing sales because of the all-year-round availability of beef

Meanings of Available:

adjective

Able to be used or obtained; at someone's disposal.

Usage examples:

Refreshments will be available all afternoon

Meanings of Availed:

verb

Help or benefit.

Usage examples:

No amount of struggle availed charles
noun

Use or benefit.

Usage examples:

He begged her to reconsider, but to no avail

Meanings of Availing:

verb

Help or benefit.

Usage examples:

No amount of struggle availed charles
noun

Use or benefit.

Usage examples:

He begged her to reconsider, but to no avail

Meanings of Avails:

verb

Help or benefit.

Usage examples:

No amount of struggle availed charles
noun

Use or benefit.

Usage examples:

He begged her to reconsider, but to no avail

Meanings of Aval:

noun

A payment such as a bill of exchange, promissory note, or cheque which a bank promises to pay if their customer is not able to pay it back themselves

Usage examples:

An aval is sometimes referred to as a "bank guarantee", since a bank is guaranteeing payment of the…

Meanings of Avalanche:

noun

A mass of snow, ice, and rocks falling rapidly down a mountainside.

Usage examples:

He was swept to his death by an avalanche in 1988
verb

(of a mass of snow, ice, etc.) descend rapidly down a mountainside.

Usage examples:

The snow had recently avalanched, so only surface hoar is thawing.

Meanings of Avalanched:

verb

(of a mass of snow, ice, etc.) descend rapidly down a mountainside.

Usage examples:

The snow had recently avalanched, so only surface hoar is thawing.
noun

A mass of snow, ice, and rocks falling rapidly down a mountainside.

Usage examples:

He was swept to his death by an avalanche in 1988

Meanings of Avalanches:

noun

A mass of snow, ice, and rocks falling rapidly down a mountainside.

Usage examples:

He was swept to his death by an avalanche in 1988
verb

(of a mass of snow, ice, etc.) descend rapidly down a mountainside.

Usage examples:

The snow had recently avalanched, so only surface hoar is thawing.

Meanings of Avalanching:

verb

(of a mass of snow, ice, etc.) descend rapidly down a mountainside.

Usage examples:

The snow had recently avalanched, so only surface hoar is thawing.
noun

A mass of snow, ice, and rocks falling rapidly down a mountainside.

Usage examples:

He was swept to his death by an avalanche in 1988

Meanings of Avalon:

proper noun

(in arthurian legend) the place to which arthur was conveyed after death.

Meanings of Avant:

(especially with reference to popular music) original or innovative; avant-garde.

Usage examples:

Even in avant-rock, a song's words are usually its focus
noun

The artists, writers, and musicians whose ideas, styles, and methods are highly original or modern in the period in which they live

Usage examples:

Avant-garde art

Avant-garde

ˌæv.ɑ̃ːˈɡɑːd

Meanings of Avant-garde:

idiom

Radically new or original

noun

New and experimental ideas and methods in art, music, or literature.

Usage examples:

He has been called a promoter of the avant-garde
adjective

Favouring or introducing new and experimental ideas and methods.

Usage examples:

A controversial avant-garde composer

Meanings of Avar:

noun

A member of a nomadic equestrian people from central asia who built up a large kingdom in south-eastern europe from the 6th century but were conquered by charlemagne (791–9).

Usage examples:

In the third century a.d., asiatic huns replaced the goths and were in turn conquered by turkic ava…
adjective

Relating to the avars or their language.

Usage examples:

The slavs defended the north-western border to the carpathians against frequent attacks by the avar…

Meanings of Avarice:

noun

Extreme greed for wealth or material gain.

Usage examples:

He was rich beyond the dreams of avarice

Meanings of Avaricious:

adjective

Having or showing an extreme greed for wealth or material gain.

Usage examples:

Avaricious corporate bosses looking to maximize profits

Meanings of Avariciously:

adverb

In a way that shows an extremely strong wish to get or keep money or possessions

Usage examples:

Developers waited avariciously for the go-ahead to transform old stations into offices, shops, and …

Meanings of Avars:

noun

A member of a nomadic equestrian people from central asia who built up a large kingdom in south-eastern europe from the 6th century but were conquered by charlemagne (791–9).

Usage examples:

In the third century a.d., asiatic huns replaced the goths and were in turn conquered by turkic ava…
adjective

Relating to the avars or their language.

Usage examples:

The slavs defended the north-western border to the carpathians against frequent attacks by the avar…

Meanings of Avascular:

adjective

Characterized by or associated with a lack of blood vessels.

Usage examples:

Avascular necrosis

Meanings of Avast:

exclamation

Stop; cease.

Usage examples:

A sailor is expected to keep hauling until the mate hollers ‘avast!’

Meanings of Avatar:

noun

A manifestation of a deity or released soul in bodily form on earth; an incarnate divine teacher.

Usage examples:

Worship of vishnu and his various avatars especially rama and krishna in a profoundly devotional fo…

Meanings of Avatars:

noun

A manifestation of a deity or released soul in bodily form on earth; an incarnate divine teacher.

Usage examples:

Worship of vishnu and his various avatars especially rama and krishna in a profoundly devotional fo…

Meanings of Avaunt:

exclamation

Go away.

Usage examples:

Avaunt, you worm-faced fellows of the night!

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