avidly Definition

with great interest or enthusiasm.

Using avidly: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "avidly" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    She avidly read every book in the series.

  • Example

    He avidly followed the news about the upcoming election.

  • Example

    They avidly pursued their hobby of birdwatching.

avidly Synonyms and Antonyms

Synonyms for avidly

Origins of avidly

from Latin 'avidus', meaning 'eager'


Summary: avidly in Brief

'Avidly' [ˈævɪdli] is an adverb that means 'with great interest or enthusiasm.' It is often used to describe someone's passion for a particular activity or subject. Synonyms include 'enthusiastically,' 'keenly,' and 'passionately.' Antonyms include 'indifferently' and 'unenthusiastically.' Examples of usage include 'She avidly read every book in the series' and 'They avidly pursued their hobby of birdwatching.'