Avidly [adverb]

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The fire is thanks to his grandmother, too, an avid gardener who kept in her house a Thai chile plant for grazing.

In the mid-2000s, Britney Spears was going through a breakdown, one that the rising gossip blogs of the day served up to the public for avid consumption.

Baecher, a Sydney-based psychologist, military veteran, and avid mountaineer with a background helping people perform in high-stress situations, kept her cool while the body was recovered.

It will get chilly in many areas over the next few months, and many avid runners wear full face coverings, pandemic or not.

Whether you’re an avid late night reader, or a simple sleeper who needs nothing more than a lamp, bedside tables are a handy way to organize your bedroom and encourage restful, pleasant bedtime routines.

First came an August 4 tweet from Nick Ayers, a former Mike Pence chief of staff and an avid fisherman, who said that he, “like millions of conservationists and sportsmen,” hoped the president would direct the EPA to block the mine.

Luminaries like Bill Gates and Melinda Gates, co-chairs of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, are avid readers and publish their book recommendations for all of us to enjoy.

Along with the races, teams like McLaren let drivers like Lando Norris, who is an avid gamer, take part.

That’s a good sign, by the way, like the most avid believers make it to sites like that.

Then he was avidly busy in the pit, working as carefully as a fine jeweller.