Pronunciation of Rabid
/ɹˈe͡ɪbɪd/, /ɹˈeɪbɪd/, /ɹ_ˈeɪ_b_ɪ_d/
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Other synonyms and related words:
frenzied, hot, Fuming, crazy, enthusiastic, turbulent, Rankled, tumultuous, inflamed, foaming, opinionated, choleric, revolutionary, far-out, steamed up, ballistic, mad, riley, indignant, angered, warm, hammer and tongs, riled, explosive, ultra, violent, fervent, outraged, enraged, incensed, nuts, zealous, wrathful, stormy, rough, radical, Ticked, hysterical, wroth, infuriate, fierce, roiled, feverish, apoplectic, angry, ireful, spirited, livid, sick, steaming, insane, shirty, convulsive, sore, fanatic, tempestuous, paroxysmal, Hopping, cyclonic, extremist, extreme, loud, infuriated, ferocious, vocal, Horn-mad, frenetic, keen, wild, ardent, volcanic, didactic, furious, revolutionist, irate, frantic, bang-bang, delirious, blood-and-guts, single-minded.
very angry; maniacal (adjective)
frenetic, revolutionary, crazy, insane, furious, sick, enthusiastic, delirious, extreme, keen, fervent, mad, infuriated, frenzied, extremist, violent, radical, steamed up, fanatical, frantic, wild, hot, zealous, ultra.
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Usage examples for rabid:
- Only a small party of rabid Unionists would now affiliate with the radicals, while all the others reluctantly held together, endorsed Johnson's policy, and attempted to affiliate with the disintegrating National Union party. - "The Sequel of Appomattox A Chronicle of the Reunion of the States, Volume 32 In The Chronicles Of America Series", Walter Lynwood Fleming.
- I stood on the outskirts of that seething, maddened crowd, and watched men and women striving desperately together, trampling each other remorselessly down; shrieking, cursing, fighting; no longer human, but reduced by the fear of death to the condition of rabid, ferocious brutes. - "The Strange Adventures of Eric Blackburn", Harry Collingwood.
- Would one take no especial precautions if his wife, about to become a mother, had been bitten by a rabid animal, because so many escape? - "The Complete PG Works of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.", Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. (The Physician and Poet not the Jurist).