rabidity : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n unrestrained excitement or enthusiasm
- In French politics, a kind of national sport distinguished for its rabidity and subtlety, newspaper cartoonists carry weight.
- At least 15 people have been bitten by dogs now known to have been rabid; scores of others have had to take the vaccine injections before the biters' rabidity could be established.
- I remember the rabidity of the GOPers prior to the bombing of the ERM building in 1995, and I worry that the threat of domestic terrorism at the hands of people like Rusty could .