rabid[ rab-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF rabid
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And as for aristocrats, my friend, there are none so rabid as the newly-converted.
"It's a wonder, with his rabid temper, that he didn't do so," said O'Gorman.
Then, as if to escape the subject, was her Uncle Nicholas as rabid a teetotaller as ever?
And at last they exterminated the rabid thing that ran among them.
He's a rabid teetotaller for one thing, and he's extremely religious.
Are you as rabid as my brother and the Colonel because the poor man has dared to marry?
But there was Lily, who, with all her people, was a rabid Democrat.
You are every whit as rabid as I am when it comes to the scratch.
If there was one subject the two ladies were rabid on it was politics.
I must except politics, however, for in these he could be rabid and savage.
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