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Search phrase: avail


 5 result(s).
PlayKey LineModern TextOriginal Text
All's Well That Ends WellAW I.iii.179As heaven shall work in me for thine avail,As heauen shall worke in me for thine auaile
Henry VI Part 11H6 I.i.47Since arms avail not, now that Henry's dead.Since Armes auayle not, now that Henry's dead,
Henry VI Part 11H6 III.i.181Now will it best avail your majestyNow will it best auaile your Maiestie,
King Edward IIIE3 IV.iv.119And therefore knows no prayers for my avail.and therefore knowes no praiers for my auaile,
Measure for MeasureMM III.i.235it will let this man live! But how out of this can she avail?it will let this man liue? But how out of this can shee auaile?


 32 result(s).
assistantin attendance, standing by, available
availadvantage, benefit, aid
availbenefit, profit, prosper
availbe of use to, help, advantage
body forthmake available to the mind, give mental shape to
bootlessuseless, worthless, fruitless, unavailing
embraceaccept, avail oneself of
forthcomingproducable in court, available as evidence / as a witness
helplessunavailing, useless, unprofitable
holdavail, profit, benefit
impartprovide, yield, make available
leavepermitting, allowance, availability
leisureopportunity, moment, available time
makeprove effective, be of avail
presentready, available, immediately accessible
presentavailable means, current resources
purseresources, funds, available money
putset before, make available to
requirecall up, make available
simple-timesummer-time [when aromatic herbs used as medicines (simples) were available]
storeavailable money, resources, means
superfluityspare availability, additional instance
travailbe on tour
travailjourneying, travel [often overlapping with the sense of 'labour']
travaillabour, effort, exertion [often overlapping with the sense of 'travel']
travailsuffering, torment, distress
travaillabour, pain of childbirth
travailmovement, motion, passage
travaillabour, make an effort, work hard [for] [often overlapping with the sense of 'travel']
travailtravel, journey [often overlapping with the sense of 'labour']
unprevailingunavailing, ineffective, unsuccessful
utteroffer for sale, dispense, make available


 28 result(s).
avail oneself ofembrace
avail, be ofmake
availability, sparesuperfluity
available as evidence / as a witnessforthcoming
available meanspresent
available moneypurse
available moneystore
available timeleisure
available to the mind, makebody forth
available, makerequire
available, makeput
available, makeimpart
available, makeutter
evidence, available asforthcoming
means, availablepresent
mind, make available to thebody forth
money, availablepurse
money, availablestore
spare availabilitysuperfluity
time, availableleisure
witness, available as aforthcoming

Words Families

 2 result(s).
Word FamilyWord Family GroupWords
AVAILBASICavail n, avail v