Where can agreements be of no avail


answer: to no avail. also, of little or no avail . of no use or advantage, ineffective, as in all his shouting was to no avail; no one could hear him , or the life jacket was of little or no avail . this idiom uses avail in the sense of “advantage” or “assistance,” a usage dating from the mid-1400s. also see to little purpose.

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