Definition of rabidly in English:

rabidly

adverb

  • See rabid

    • ‘Can it be that we have got so rabidly paranoid about illegal immigration that we're now locking up children with no reason, apparently with the intention of deporting them as soon as possible?’
    • ‘Unfortunately the rabidly right-wing rag (nice bit of alliteration there) has a circulation in excess of 2.4 million and a readership of over 6 million.’
    • ‘Every one of the game's leading practitioners holds an opinion, invariably rabidly positive or sneeringly negative.’
    • ‘But in reality, they are highly partisan - sometimes rabidly so.’
    • ‘Mention reverse mergers to investment professionals, and you'll get one of two reactions: they're either enthusiastically for or rabidly against them.’

Pronunciation

rabidly

/ˈrabɪdli/