Availed [verb]

Definition of Availed:

be of use; use

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Sentence/Example of Availed:

The program, which Hoover supported, was far more interested in stories about mob bosses and kidnappers than the Ku Klux Klan, the terrorist organization the bureau was infiltrating at the time, to little avail.

Puerto Triunfo has for years sought zoos willing to take the hippos, to no avail.

They’ve been fighting the county to reopen the public corridor to no avail.

The Australian team made some heroic efforts to correct the problem, but to no avail.

You try to click open the gear chest, but to no avail, because in reality you’re still way off.

Jane was highly gratified by this commendation, and most eagerly availed herself of his most valuable offer.

All her scheming and fencing would have availed her nothing if she were to break down at the critical moment.

Mrs. Prentice told Jess that she could pay for the coal a little at a time, and the girl gladly availed herself of this advantage.

The following day being Sunday, we availed ourselves of the opportunity of attending services at the Minster.

Comparatively few of them availed themselves of the permission granted by Cyrus, to return to Palestine.