Extremely zealous or enthusiastic; fanatical: a rabid football fan. (adjective)
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Use "rabid" in a sentence
"I responded supporting the author and used the term rabid, as she did, to side with her."
"Elizabeth Edwards, wife of former Senator and presidential candidate John Edwards, says she's scared of what she calls the rabid Republican who lives across the street from her house."
"Mugridge seemed to be in rabid fear of the water, and he exhibited a nimbleness and speed we did not dream he possessed."