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availed also availed of; availing also availing of; avails also avails of. (Entry 1 of 2) intransitive verb. : to be of use or advantage : serve Our best efforts did not avail. transitive verb. : to produce or result in as a benefit or advantage : gain His efforts availed him nothing.What does to no avail mean?
A related expression to “to no avail” is “in vain.” This expression comes from the word “vain,” but doesn’t have anything to do with someone who’s conceited about their appearance. Instead, this expression takes its meaning from the second definition of “vain,” where the word means “useless” or “unsuccessful.”Is avail a verb or a pronoun?
In the first sense, avail is always a reflexive verb, followed by a reflexive pronoun such as myself, oneself, or herself, with the pronoun referring to the person or thing performing the action—for example: Residents visiting the library could avail themselves of the park district’s facilities and programs. [ Chicago Sun-Times]What is an example of avail?
And the noun avail mainly appears in phrases such as to no avail and to little avail, which mean without success and with little success —for example: After the remarks sparked outrage, the DNI issued a statement clarifying them, but to little avail. [ Telegraph] The officers have consistently denied any contact.