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- adv. In a rabid manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a rabid manner; with extreme violence.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a rabid manner; madly; furiously.
At the time I had no reason to doubt Darko’s word and assisted him in rabidly writing an open letter to all the United Nations member state missions exposing him as such.
I would say that wanting to set a deadline and yank the troops makes you "rabidly" anti-war.
So being accused of 'going over the line' in defense of progressivism by that kind of rabidly racist, right-wing hate rag is just about the funniest thing I've ever heard. "
You were raised a Mormon, so now you rabidly avoid anything that remotely resembles an established religion?
And although President Bush himself was somewhat actually compassionately conservative on immigration reform, his party was rabidly xenophobic and racist on the matter.
It is an essential and very popular form of government intervention – even among our more rabidly conservative citizens.
As I said in another context a few days ago, I had a rabidly Arthurian phase when I was a teenager.
He is also so rabidly anti-choice, he doesn't even support a woman's right to an abortion in cases of rape and incest.
More recently, as the mayor of Portland in the comedy show "Portlandia," he's mostly just odd—sitting on an inflatable ball rather than a desk chair and rabidly obsessed with Seattle, his rival city to the north.
As for people being unimpressed, well, this is the Internet and people are either rabidly excited or totally degrading - nothing in between.
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