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
The Blondes, which centers on a woman who treks to find the father of her unborn child while navigating a world where blonde-haired women could turn into rabid monsters at any moment.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police says the only time to call 911 about wildlife is if the animals are threatening or attacking them, or appear rabid.
Regardless of how weird the show can get, there are no shortage of rabid fans in Cleveland, as evidenced by the line that wrapped around the block at Carol & John's Comic Book Shop on Tuesday at Kamm's Corners.
Yuba City officials are warning residents to avoid contact with wild animals after a rabid bat was found last week in a children’s play area.
Charles M. Schulz, the famous cartoonist, a rabid San Francisco Giants fan, was referring, of course, to the line drive hit by McCovey that was caught by Bobby Richardson, the Yankees’ second baseman, for the final out of the 1962 World Series.
Adding intermittent villainy, Uncle Anthony’s rabid ex-girlfriend (Rory Patterson) has homicidal claws out for Harry.
The White House is now in the hands of rabid fiber-optic enthusiasts.
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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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