Similar words: validity, solidity, morbidity, placidity, star of david, cavity, gravity, suavity. Meaning: [ə'vɪdətɪ] n. a positive feeling of wanting to push ahead with something.
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1. His productivity and avidity for life could not obliterate an inner malaise.
2. The man began to eat with avidity.
3. Everyone attend to not up so many, with avidity eat right away.
4. Philosophers have an avidity to know how we perceive objects.
5. She reads with avidity.
6. Europeans may sneer at Chinese tourists who pursue Beethoven, Bordeaux and Hugo Boss with the same undiscriminating avidity.
7. So the prevention of the corruption must start from the point of preventing avidity.
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