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aver, v. (all with confidence) assert, asseverate, affirm, avow, avouch, vouch, certify, guarantee, give one's word; {all in a positive or peremptory manner) say, state, speak, speak up or out, have one's say, express, pronounce, profess; insist, maintain, submit, contend, hold, have, stand on or for.

average, n. 1. norm, normal, mean, arithmetical mean, medium; medium grade, common run, standard, run, rule, normal state; mediocrity.
2. on the
or

an average usually, typically, generally, most of the time, more often than not, as often as not, for the most part.

-adj. 3. typical, common, ordinary, usual, everyday, commonplace, garden-variety; normal, standard, on a par; fair, moderate, not bad, mediocre, middling, so-so, indifferent; passable, tolerable, decent, run-of-the-mill, Sl. no great shakes, Sl. not so hot; mean, medium, medial, median, middle, intermediate.
-v. 4. equate, equalize, split the difference, strike
a balance.

averment, n. 1. affirmation, asservation, avowal, avouchment, profession, protestation; certification, attestation, guarantee.
2. assertion, declaration, pronouncement, statement, deposition, allegation; word, remark,

averse, adj. 1. loath, hostile, inimical, antipathetical.
2. renitent, recalcitrant, obdurate, restive, reluctant, resistant, unyielding; adverse, unwilling, disinclined, indisposed, hesitant; opposed, against, counter, contrary, conflicting, protesting; backward, bashful, shy, shrinking, chary, wavering.
3. disgusted, repulsed, repelled, offended, nauseated, sickened.

aversion, n. 1. antagonism, hatred, hate, hostility, antipathy, Archaic, dyspathy, enmity, animosity, animus, ill will; abhorrence, abomination, loathing, loathsomeness, execration, detestation, odiousness, rancor; dislike, disrelish, disfavor, disesteem, displeasure, disaffection.
2. opposition, prejudice, grudge, disinclination, reluctance, unwillingness; repugnance, repulsion, revulsion, disgust, distaste, nausea,

avert, v. 1. ward off, prevent, forestall, debar, hinder, inhibit; preclude, obviate, avoid, circumvent, dodge; fend off, shield from, defend against, parry, stave off, Archaic, forfend; frustrate, eliminate, nip in the bud, arrest, stop.
2. turn away, turn aside, divert, deflect, draw off, sidetrack, detour.

aviary, n. birdhouse, birdcage, bird sanctuary, vivarium, dovecote, pigeon house or loft, Rare, volary.

aviation, n. 1. flight, powered flight, jet flight, subsonic or supersonic flight, flying, volitation; gliding, sailing, soaring, sailplaning, volplaning.
2. military aircraft, warplane, battleplane, combat plane.

aviator, n. flier, airman, airplaner, air pilot, Inf. birdman, U.S. Air Force Sl. flyboy; aviatrix, airwoman, Inf birdwoman; pilot, fighter pilot, ace.

avid, adj. 1. desirous, greedy, cupidinous, avaricious, grasping, acquisitive, Sl. grabby, rapacious; selfish, hoarding, possessive; ravenous, ravening, voracious, devouring, gluttonous, gormandizing, cormorant, edacious; open-mouthed, hoggish, piggish, swinish; insatiable, insatiate, unquenchable, omnivorous, esurient.
2. enthusiastic, ardent, fervent, eager, keen, anxious,

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