Examples of rabid in a Sentence
a politician with rabid supporters
Her husband is a rabid baseball fan.
Recent Examples of rabid from the Web
Like Stevens, Perfume Genius also has a rabid LGBTQ following.
Apparently, Beijing found a rabid North Korean government useful in bothering rivals such as the Japanese and South Koreans while keeping the U.S. off balance in Asia and the Pacific.
But fear not, oh rabid sports fans. Skillets — formerly a BFF Asian Grill & Sports Bar — provides plenty of flat screens for cheering on all manner of sports events, from the obscure to the downright depressing: the latest Rangers loss.
Louis-Dreyfus in some ways sounds relieved that Seinfeld is breaking up; maybe she won’t be chased down midtown streets by rabid fans anymore.
An 80-year-old New Hampshire woman who was attacked by a bobcat is recovering and back to tending to her garden, where the rabid animal left her bloodied over the weekend.
A rabid kitten has caught the attention of the Prince George's County Health Department after Laurel residents were bit and scratched by the stray kitten near the 9000 block of Cherry Lane last week.
Subaru devotees are a, well, devoted lot, and WRX fans are darn near rabid.
State wildlife experts say this is the first rabid bobcat confirmed in New Hampshire since 2013.
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Origin and Etymology of rabid
Latin rabidus mad, from rabere
First Known Use: 1594See Words from the same year
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Definition of rabid for English Language Learners
: affected with rabies
: having or expressing a very extreme opinion about or interest in something
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