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rabid

 [rab´id]
affected with rabies; pertaining to rabies.

rab·id

(rab'id),
Relating to or suffering from rabies.
[L. rabidus, raving, mad]

rabid

/rab·id/ (rab´id) affected with rabies; pertaining to rabies.

rabid

(răb′ĭd)
adj.
1. Of or affected by rabies.
2. Raging; uncontrollable: rabid thirst.

ra·bid′i·ty (rə-bĭd′ĭ-tē, ră-), rab′id·ness (răb′ĭd-nĭs) n.
rab′id·ly adv.

rabid

[rab′id]
Etymology: L, rabidus, raving
1 pertaining to or suffering from rabies.
2 displaying signs of madness, agitation, delirium, hallucinations, and bizarre behavior.

rabid

Epidemiology
adjective Having contracted and/or showing signs of the rabies virus.

Vox populi 
adjective
(1) Enthusiastic (e.g., a rabid fan).
(2) Angry.

rab·id

(rab'id)
Relating to or suffering from rabies.
[L. rabidus, raving, mad]

rabid

Pertaining to, or suffering from, RABIES.

rab·id

(rab'id)
Relating to or suffering from rabies.
[L. rabidus, raving, mad]

rabid

affected by rabies.

rabiate, rabid

affected with rabies; pertaining to rabies.
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What comes through in Donaldson's analysis of Hemingway's contentious exchanges with his editors is how much of his later rabidity was already a coping mechanism in his apprenticeship: whenever caught kiting the trade, he would bluster, flinching at editorial restrictions and daiming economic injustice (241).
From the outset, Stoner stood out even among his fellow white supremacists for the rabidity of his racial and religious prejudices.
I have never disguised my opposition to Britain's membership of the European Union which has done untold damage to this country, but this opposition is based on reason, not rabidity.