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avid
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The Fountainhead
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  • It was the first chance Francon had ever had at a Wynand commission and he grasped it avidly, thinking of the possibilities which it could open.
  • In the drafting room Keating noticed three draftsmen, their heads close together, bent over a section of the New York Banner, reading with a guilty kind of avid interest; he heard an unpleasant chuckle from one of them.
  • Keating listened avidly.

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  • She’s an avid sports fan.
  • She’s an avid reader.

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