Definition of rabid
rabidityplay \rə-ˈbi-də-tē, ra-, rā-\ noun
rabidlyplay \ˈra-bəd-lē also ˈrā-\ adverb
Examples of rabid in a sentence
a politician with rabid supporters
Her husband is a rabid baseball fan.
Origin and Etymology of rabid
Latin rabidus mad, from rabere
First Known Use: 1594
RABID Defined for English Language Learners
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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