Definition of Avider
1. avid [adj] - See also: avid
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Literary usage of Avider
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of the Inquisition of Spain by Henry Charles Lea (1887)
"With equal moral earnestness, his plans and aspirations were avider and of more dangerous import, and they led him into a sphere of political activity in ..."
2. The Historical Geography of Europe by Edward Augustus Freeman (1882)
"The Bavaria of this age, it must be remembered, has a much avider extent to the south than the Bavaria of modern geography, reaching to the northern borders ..."
3. The Great Ice Age: And Its Relation to the Antiquity of Man by James Geikie (1874)
"... islands that flank the northern coasts of America by a broad belt of water, the avider portions of which arc known as Davis Strait and Baffin's Bay. ..."
4. A Text-book of Pharmacology and Therapeutics by Arthur Robertson Cushny (1899)
"... and a avider laboratory experience is attained by the latter. But both methods are necessary to the complete knowledge of the action of a drug. ..."
5. Special pathology and therapeutics of the diseases of domestic animals v. 2 by Ferenc Hutyra (1913)
"The development of obstipation in the large intestine which is much avider, occurs, however, much more slowly. The retardation of peristalsis, ..."
6. Democracy in Europe: A History by Thomas Erskine May (1877)
"... and in the twelfth century showed signs of a still avider development, The universities had of Mahomet ; Deutsch, the Talmud; Bosworth Smith, Lectures, ..."