avid

eager greedy 
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avid

[adj] - (often followed by `for`) ardently or excessively desirous 2. [adj] - marked by active interest and enthusiasm
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Avid

Av'id adjective [ Latin avidus , from av...re to long: confer French avide . See Avarice .] Longing eagerly for; eager; greedy. ' Avid of gold, yet greedier of renown.' Southey.
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avid

devouring(a) adjective (often followed by `for`) ardently or excessively desirous; `avid for adventure`; `an avid ambition to succeed`; `fierce devouring affection`; `the esurient eyes of an avid curiosity`; `greedy for fame`
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avid

great adjective marked by active interest and enthusiasm; `an avid sports fan`; `a great walker`; `an eager beaver`
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Avid

• (a.) Longing eagerly for; eager; greedy.
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avid

avid 1. Marked by an active and keen interest and enthusiasm: 'My mother was an avid football fan.' 2. Ardently, or excessively, desirous: 'I was avid to travel as often as possible.' 3. Having an ardent desire or unbounded craving; greedy: 'As far back as I can remember, my sister always had an avid desire for books.'
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