See Avale v
- revenue advantage toward success benefit value as labor without economic climate is of small avail
- becoming of good use or benefit to respond to the purpose to possess energy force or effectiveness enough to complete the object because the plea in bar must avail that's be enough to conquer the match this plan cannot avail medications cannot get to test the condition
- to show toward benefit of becoming of solution to to profit to profit to help as artifices won't avail the sinner inside day's judgment
- be of good use to, be beneficial to
- take or usage
- a way of offering
- use to one's benefit
- to make toward benefit of; to-be of service to; to revenue; to profit; to help; as, artifices wont avail the sinner in the afternoon of wisdom.
- To promote; to aid.
- is useful or advantage; to answer the reason; to have power, force, or efficacy sufficient to perform the thing; since, the plea in bar must avail, this is certainly, be sufficient to beat the match; this plan wont avail; drugs won't avail to check on the illness.
- revenue; benefit toward success; benefit; price; because, work, without economy, is of small avail.
- Proceeds; as, the avails of a sale by auction.
- See Avale, v.
c.1300, availen, apparently a French mixture formed in English from Old French a- "to" (see ad-) + vailen "to avail," from vaill-, present stem of valoir "be worth," from Latin valere (see valiant). Related: Availed; availing. As a noun, from c.1400.
Effect of wanting to achieve a goal or purpose, generally used in unfavorable framework.
(v. t.) To make on benefit of; becoming of solution to; to profit; to profit; to simply help; as, artifices will likely not avail the sinner in the day of judgment.
- (v. t.) To advertise; to help.
- (v. i.) to-be of good use or advantage; to resolve the point; to possess energy, power, or efficacy enough to complete the item; as, the plea in club must avail, this is certainly, be enough to defeat the fit; this scheme cannot get; drugs will likely not get to check on the disease.
- (letter.) revenue; benefit toward success; advantage; worth; as, labor, without economy, is of small avail.
- (letter.) Proceeds; since, the avails of a sale by auction.
He explained, for instance, when a man was strictly bound to tell the truth; when he might avail himself of the mild licence of an equivocation; and when the Church placed at his service the greater indulgence of a mental reservation.