Examples of avidity in a Sentence
an advanced case of avidity that led to shoplifting at the tender age of 13
in her avidity to express her opinions, she frequently and unthinkingly interrupts people
Recent Examples of avidity from the Web
What Public Enemy was able to do with their third album was create a heavy project that channeled upstanding anger and incandescent avidity.
Plenty of professional athletes harbor deep avidity for vino.
To judge by the children's degree of avidity, spinning gourds must have been the Angry Birds of the 19th century.
During the weeks before the opening, the international press gossips about the contestants with the same avidity that film critics devote to the Academy Awards.
But instead of vindicating Mr. Rockefeller’s avidity for banking abroad, those figures underlined Chase’s lagging performance at home.
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medical Definition of avidity
- Antibody avidity is an average measure of the affinity of the antibodies for a particular antigen in a serum sample.
- —Dominic F. Kelly, The New England Journal of Medicine, 21 Dec. 2005
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