verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
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Idioms for avail
Origin of avail
OTHER WORDS FROM availa·vail·ing·ly, adverbun·a·vailed, adjective
Words nearby avail
Example sentences from the Web for availed
This year there are fine crops where only nature's watering can ever be availed of.A Summer's Outing|Carter H. Harrison
They availed themselves of a very hard winter to penetrate into the land over the frozen water.
Her beauty, her wit, they were her own; but they had availed her little before her betrothment to Rube.
Ten thousand birds let loose would not have availed for the leper.Notes on the Book of Leviticus|C. H. Mackintosh
All availed him nothing; she still followed him, and reiterated the piteous cry, ‘Pray remember poor Martha, the gipsy.’
British Dictionary definitions for availed
Derived forms of availavailingly, adverb
Word Origin for avail
Idioms and Phrases with availed
In addition to the idiom beginning with avail
- avail oneself of
- to no avail