Thesaurus / rabid


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.EUROPEAN SOCCER'S AMERICAN OWNERS TRIED TO FORM A U.S.-STYLE 'SUPER LEAGUE.' IT HASN'T GONE WELLSEAN GREGORYAPRIL 20, 2021TIME
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.AS AMERICANS CRAVE STABILITY AFTER CAPITOL ATTACK, CEOS STEP INTO THE LEADERSHIP VOIDEBEN SHAPIROJANUARY 17, 2021TIME
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.THE MOST COVETED GEAR OF 2020, ACCORDING TO OUR EDITORSWILL TAYLOR, JEREMY RELLOSA, ARIELLA GINTZLER, AND MAREN LARSENDECEMBER 9, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
The removal of rabid opposing fans certainly could have lifted something off the shoulders of shooters in do-or-die scenarios.THESE NBA PLAYOFFS ARE ALL ABOUT THE CLUTCH SHOOTERSJOSH PLANOSOCTOBER 5, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
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.HOW DID APRIL REIGN CREATE THE HASHTAG #OSCARSSOWHITE?CANDICE BRADLEYSEPTEMBER 24, 2020EVERYTHING AFTER Z
They are not the figures of any rabid Socialist making frenzied guesses.THE COMMON SENSE OF SOCIALISMJOHN SPARGO
On one occasion much alarm was occasioned by one of them becoming rabid, rushing violently at and biting animals and people.RECOLLECTIONS OF THIRTY-NINE YEARS IN THE ARMYCHARLES ALEXANDER GORDON
Rabid diatribes appeared in "The Light," and incessant scenes took place at the municipal sessions.THE FOURTH ESTATE, VOL. 2ARMANDO PALACIO VALDS
Georges Clemenceau has been a rabid foe to Religion and to the Church from the very beginning of his political career.THE WAR UPON RELIGIONREV. FRANCIS A. CUNNINGHAM
He saw standing in front of the schoolhouse four men, and they were the worst and most rabid Tories in the settlement.THE DARE BOYS IN VIRGINIASTEPHEN ANGUS COX


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