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avidly

[ av-id-lee ]
/ ˈæv ɪd li /
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adverb

with great enthusiasm, interest, or desire; eagerly: As they talked, he followed their exchange avidly, his head turning back and forth between them as if he were watching a tennis match.

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Origin of avidly

OTHER WORDS FROM avidly

un·av·id·ly, adverb
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