average[ av-er-ij, av-rij ]SEE DEFINITION OF average
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AVERAGE
The men are taller than the average, and the women, relatively, taller than the men.
I guess I could do it and get away with it as well as the average.
They average about the same as they do in anything else, mostly good, I think.
He's too blamed comprehensive for the average boy of my age.
If he truly was the average age of the rest of the class there was nothing for him to be angry about.
The average courage of the two nations may perhaps have been decided.
Here was a real woman, one above the average in character and brains.
The average author doesn't realise what a funny place it is.
With him, as with the average Frenchman, solvency was an eleventh commandment.
Three quarts of milk will yield, on an average, about a pound of cheese.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR AVERAGE
- all right
- cooking with gas
- in the swim
- on the ball
- on the beam
- peachy keen
- right on
- up to code
- up to snuff