avid

All Adjective Noun
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  • Her family were avid readers, so books were always important in her life.
  • If a student in high school is taking an AVID course, community service is needed.
  • Language teachers have been avid users of technology for a very long time.
  • Both artists remain avid supporters of this ministry up to the present day.
  • He was an avid fan, although he spoke no English at the time.
  • She admitted that she used to be an avid reader until she started getting too busy.
  • He had few friends and was an avid news reader and radio talk show fan.
  • She is also an avid player of a wide variety of video game genres.
  • At the end of his life, he lived with his son and remained an avid baseball fan.
  • She played varsity and college basketball and has an avid interest in many sports.
  • Howard completed only nine years of formal education, though he was an avid reader.
  • Arthur, who would become an avid champion of civil service reform, refused.
  • He was an avid smoker for most of his life, something which eventually led to his death.
  • The paper became an avid voice for civil rights even before a nationally recognized movement had emerged.
  • He became interested in aircraft at an early age and was a avid model builder.
  • To this day he is still an avid fan of American University basketball.
  • In an age before radio and television, their voice was one way of communicating important news to an avid public.
  • Moores had always been an avid football fan from when he was very young.
  • An avid reader, she also spent a lot of time exploring around her family's farm.
  • Gleeson has described himself as having been an avid reader as a child.
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