LSU, meanwhile, will look to avoid disappointing its millions of rabid fans.
I have been a rabid, left- leaning, political junkie my entire life.
A rabid fan of the Real Madrid football team, he now helps his brother run a mobile phone shop near their house.
Indeed, Ayatollah Khamenei, just last week, described the country as a “rabid dog.”
With ardent fans and a rabid media, it will become Palin-palooza.
He reminded me somehow of a nervous huntsman breaking up a fox in the face of rabid hounds.
And as for aristocrats, my friend, there are none so rabid as the newly-converted.
The language was the language of Whitechapel, but the sentiments were the sentiments of even the most rabid purist of speech.
"It's a wonder, with his rabid temper, that he didn't do so," said O'Gorman.
But, perhaps, I've been a little too rabid—perhaps I've been a little too rank.
1610s, "furious, raving," from Latin rabidus "raging, furious, enraged; inspired; ungoverned; rabid," from rabere "be mad, rave" (see rage (v.)). Meaning "made mad by rabies" in English first recorded 1804. Related: Rabidly; rabidness.
rabid rab·id (rāb'ĭd)
Of or affected by rabies.