Idiom: To little avail
Meaning: If something is to little avail, it means that, despite great efforts, something ended in failure, but taking comfort from the knowledge that nothing else could have been done to avert or avoid the result.Country: International English | Subject Area: General | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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