And the great irony is that they turned so rabidly and rapidly against him four years later.
On the other hand, people who dislike Tebow are rabidly hoping for him to fail.
That rabidly excited community, apparently, was a small one.
He was rabidly anti-Teutonic and attempted to compress all the great masters of art into the French mould.
The upper self is rabidly engaged in exploiting the lower self.
The Australasian is of course Conservative, but not quite so rabidly so as the Argus.
Garribardine was a Scotch title while her ladyship was rabidly English.
Was this the thing he had foresworn so rabidly a scant four hours before!
Among the men who were rabidly set on distinguishing themselves in one way or another was a Major Beak.
Such a man as I have been describing is rabidly fond of disquisition and argument; one knows that without being told it.
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.