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3. colleague, confrere, associate, copartner, coworker, mate; helpmate, companion, friend, chum, Inf. pal, U.S. Inf. buddy, sidekick, shadow. avail, v. 1. profit, benefit, help, get, serve, bestead, advantage, Archaic, boot; work, be effective, be efficacious, do, do the trick, succeed.
2. avail oneself of make good use of, make the most of, take advantage of, exploit, use, use to best advantage, turn to account, make capital out of.
-n. 3. good, efficacy, effectiveness, use, usefulness, service, serviceableness; advantage, behoof, welfare, interest, benefit. available,
adj. 1. usable, of use, of service, handy, at hand, to hand.
2. obtainable, accessible, attainable, reachable; on call, on hand, ready, present; in reach, on tap, at one's elbow, at one's finger tips; convenient, at one's service, at one's command, at one's disposal, at one's beck and call. avalanche,
n. 1. snowslide, Brit, snow-slip, landslide, cascade, niagara.
2. disaster, cataclysm, catastrophe, calamity, devastation; debacle,
Fr. bouleversement, upheaval, convulsion; inundation, deluge, flood. avant-garde, n. 1. (usu. of the arts) underground, counterculture; (all collectively) pioneer, experimenter, innovator, groundbreaker, modernist; precursor, forerunner, front or lead runner, predecessor; herald, harbinger, announcer.
2. new look, latest fashion, vogue, fashion;
All Inf. the last word, the latest thing, Fr. dernier cri, in thing, what's in, what's happening.

-adj. 3. experimental, exploratory, innovative, groundbreaking; advanced, progressive, ahead of its time, forward looking; original, novel, unique, new; imaginative, creative, unconventional, unorthodox, unusual; modern, ultramodern, modernistic, contemporary, present day, Inf. far-out, Inf. way-out; (usu. of the arts) underground, counterculture, radical, revolutionary. avarice, n. 1. greed, graspingness, acquisitiveness, SI. grabbiness, avariciousness, rapacity, rapaciousness; selfishness, miserliness, penuriousness, parsimony, niggardliness; stinginess, meanness, close fistedness, tight-fistedness, mercenariness, venality.
2. ravenousness, voraciousness, gluttony, edacity, open-mouthedness, hoggishness, piggishness.
3. avidity, cupidity, yearning, craving, covetousness; eagerness, keenness, itch, appetite, stomach,
U.S. Dial, big eye, appetence; anxiousness, breathlessness, impatience, longing; aspiration, hunger, ambitiousness. avaricious, adj. 1. greedy, covetous, eager for gain; acquisitive, grasping, grabbing, rapacious, ravenous, ravening, predatory, predacious; mercenary, venal, usurious; sordid, selfish, hoarding, possessive.
2. miserly, penurious, parsimonious, niggardly; stingy, mean, close-fisted, tight-fisted, close,
Inf. tight, penny-pinching. avenge, v. revenge, take revenge, take vengeance for, wreak vengeance, vindicate; settle a score, wipe out an old score, exact satisfaction for; retaliate, repay, requite, injure in return for, Inf. get back at, Inf. get even, SI. get [s.o.], reward; punish, take the law into one's own hands. avenue, n. 1. boulevard, concourse, street, strip; main road, thoroughfare, Inf. drag, public road, roadway; drive, lane, terrace, circle, row; road, driveway, path, pathway, throughway.
2. means, way, channel, in; access, approach, admission, admittance; entrance, entry, entryway, entree, inlet, ingress; passage, passageway, corridor, gangway, walk, walkway.

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