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synonyms for rabid

  • crazed
  • delirious
  • enthusiastic
  • fanatical
  • fervent
  • frenzied
  • furious
  • virulent
  • zealous
  • berserk
  • bigoted
  • bitten
  • corybantic
  • crazy
  • deranged
  • extreme
  • extremist
  • flipped
  • foaming at the mouth
  • frantic
  • freaked out
  • frenetic
  • hot
  • infuriated
  • insane
  • intemperate
  • intolerant
  • irrational
  • keen
  • mad
  • mad-dog
  • narrow-minded
  • nutty
  • obsessed
  • overboard
  • poisoned
  • radical
  • raging
  • revolutionary
  • sick
  • sizzling
  • smoking
  • steamed up
  • ultra
  • ultraist
  • violent
  • wild
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antonyms for rabid

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  • apathetic
  • calm
  • disinterested
  • dispassionate
  • indifferent
  • lethargic
  • sane
  • unenthusiastic
  • unexcited
  • delighted
  • happy
  • pleased
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How to use rabid in a sentence

Another 30,876 other rabid animals also were infected with the raccoon variant.
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My colleague, Samantha Stark, the director of the documentary, didn’t know much about Britney when we started the project, but she was really attracted to why Britney has such a rabid fan base.
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This is all to say, so happy for you, the people who are rabid and ready to be unleashed back into the world.
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The most striking takeaway from the Keeping Up with the Kardashians series finale is just how effective the titular family’s rabid, wholly transparent pursuit of fame really was.
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The American owners must be wondering where they went wrong, especially as closed sports models back home reap billions but also attract rabid fan bases.
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Whether this was a bold act of corporate leadership—or the equivalent of closing the digital barn door after the rabid horse had already kicked the stable manager in the head and flung its rider to the ground—is a complex question.
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Peak Design has a rabid fan following and crushes all of its new-product launches on Kickstarter because it always leads with well-conceived products.
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The removal of rabid opposing fans certainly could have lifted something off the shoulders of shooters in do-or-die scenarios.
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In January of 2015, I was still a practicing attorney, um, and I had no connection whatsoever to the entertainment field, other than the fact that I was a rabid consumer of film.
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They are not the figures of any rabid Socialist making frenzied guesses.
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WORDS RELATED TO RABID

  • beside oneself
  • carried away
  • corybantic
  • crazy
  • delighted
  • drunk
  • ecstatic
  • enthused
  • frantic
  • frenetic
  • frenzied
  • furious
  • hysterical
  • intoxicated
  • mad
  • overwrought
  • rabid
  • rapturous
  • thrilled
  • transported
  • wild
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