Meaning of rabidly in English:


Pronunciation /ˈrabɪdli/

Translate rabidly into Spanish


See rabid

‘Every one of the game's leading practitioners holds an opinion, invariably rabidly positive or sneeringly negative.’
  • ‘Mention reverse mergers to investment professionals, and you'll get one of two reactions: they're either enthusiastically for or rabidly against them.’
  • ‘But in reality, they are highly partisan - sometimes rabidly so.’