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
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.
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.
Their desire for better representation turned almost rabid after fan-favorite Charlie Bradbury (Felicia Day) was killed back in season 10.
There are lots of notable acts in the lineup, including the Cadillac Three, a scruffy country-rock trio that has built a rabid grassroots fan base through heavy touring and opening slots for Tim McGraw.
Borch is not the only person to have been attacked by a rabid animal so far this season.
The 90-minute gig in the Philippines was packed with rabid super-supporters who showed up in a variety of outfits mimicking some of Spears' most iconic looks.
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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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