Synonyms of avid
1 enthusiasticDictionary • an avid collector of art
enthusiastic • The band drew a huge and enthusiastic crowd.
keen • a keen amateur photographer
devoted • a loving and devoted father
intense • She is more adult, and more intense than I had imagined.
eager • He looked at the crowd of eager faces around him.
passionate • He made a passionate speech about his commitment to peace.
ardent • an ardent opponent of the war
fanatical • As a boy he was a fanatical patriot.
fervent • a fervent admirer of her work
zealous • She was a zealous worker for charitable bodies.
keen as mustard
2 insatiableDictionary • He was avid for wealth.
insatiable • an insatiable appetite for stories about the rich and famous
hungry • I left Oxford in 1961 hungry to be a critic.
greedy • He attacked greedy bosses for awarding themselves big pay rises.
grasping • She is a grasping and manipulative young woman.
voracious • He was a voracious reader.
acquisitive • We live in an acquisitive society.
ravenous • He had moderated his ravenous appetite.
rapacious • He had a rapacious appetite for bird's nest soup.
avaricious • He sacrificed his career so that his avaricious brother could succeed.
covetous • His sports car was attracting covetous stares.
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acquisitiveIf you describe a person or an organization as acquisitive, you do not approve of them because you think they are too concerned with getting new possessions.
• We live in an acquisitive society.
ardentArdent is used to describe someone who has extremely strong feelings about something or someone.
• an ardent opponent of the war
avariciousAn avaricious person is very greedy for money or possessions.
• He sacrificed his career so that his avaricious brother could succeed.
Thesaurus for avid from the Collins English Thesaurus