Definition of "rabidity" [ra•bid•i•ty]

  • The property of being rabid. (noun)

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Use "rabidity" in a sentence
  • "I kinda think they'd make a good live performance, lots of scope for snarly, froth-mouthed rabidity, which is always entertaining."
  • "But nowhere does he advocate any kind of rabidity, in fact as we all know it was totally alien to his nature & ways."
  • "Perhaps if I had displayed a bit more rabidity at the used-book store when there was a copy of this book on the shelves, a couple of months back, it might be in my hands instead of the hands of another reader."