They also share an avid eye for detail, although this does desert them at a key moment in their book.
Both of my brothers were avid hunters when I was growing up—they still are.
Describing by biographers as an avid writer of letters, little of his correspondence appears available to public view.
The Dutch teenager, an avid field hockey, soccer, and tennis player, went to rehab, but as the swelling abated, her leg grew numb.
But Palin, like McGovern, represents an avid, countercultural minority that overestimates its own appeal and overplays its hand.
It was just such a venture as his sanguine and inquiring spirit, avid of the unknown, had always dreamed of.
He cast a glance about him, his eye, avid with curiosity, held rigidly in restraint.
There was a meagre, passionless dulness about the aspect, though at times it quickened into a kind of avid acuteness.
The "brass hats," as Blake had foreseen, were avid for details.
She looked into Marise's face with her avid, penetrating gaze, and said, "But you don't like him!"