verb (used with object), a·venged, a·veng·ing.
- avedon, richard,
Origin of avenge
Examples from the Web for avengers
Crystal is a onetime member of the Avengers, and in various storylines is also married to Quicksilver.
Eventually, the Avengers team up with Thanos to do battle with the Magus.
The Avengers, despite its overall gross, only earned back 690 percent of its total budget.Marvel and DC Plan 20 Movies for the Next Six Years: Will the Comic Book Movie Bubble Burst?|Rich Goldstein|October 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
There are a lot more scenes of the entire Avengers gang together—both in and out of the cape, so to speak.
For me, I signed on to The Avengers 1-3 and then Hawk-Eye, in case they want to do a Hawk-Eye spin-off.
A moment later Douglas was shaking hands with his rescuers, who had so nearly escaped being merely his avengers.Under the Chilian Flag|Harry Collingwood
Here the avengers catch him in a peculiar net which he had invented for the destruction of others.The Danes in Lancashire and Yorkshire|S. W. Partington
He knew that the avengers were on his track, and he cared not to see the face of a Texan at that time.Life and adventures of Frank and Jesse James|J. A. Dacus
They knew that, as was the custom of our people, they as the nearest relatives were the avengers of blood.Three Boys in the Wild North Land|Egerton Ryerson Young
Bruised and sore, the avengers had again obeyed her without much protest.Marjorie Dean, College Sophomore|Pauline Lester
Word Origin for avenge
late 14c., from Anglo-French avenger, Old French avengier, from a- "to" (see ad-) + vengier "take revenge" (Modern French venger), from Latin vindicare "to claim, avenge, punish" (see vindicate). Related: Avenged; avenging.