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Spell check of rabid

Correct spelling: rabid

inflamed, vocal, apoplectic, wild, incensed, captive, hot, gung ho, riley, feelings, shirty, passionate, foaming, steaming, convulsive, frantic, angered, anthropoid, steamed up, frenzied, bitten, cyclonic, rankled, didactic, volcanic, asexual, rough, ireful, livid, hopping, sore, caged, obsessed, nuts, ardent, virulent, ultra, infuriate, ballistic, feverish, aquatic, knock-down, fuming, revolutionist, deranged, fanatical, enthusiastic, single-minded, sick, bang-bang, tempestuous, fervent, roiled, ferocious, best-of-breed, cheesed off, delirious, revolutionary, radical, warm, paroxysmal, frenetic, arboreal, fierce, indignant, spirited, wrathful, mad, ticked, poisoned, tumultuous, violent, edge, amphibious, crazy, politics, choleric, teed off, concern, turbulent, articulate, outraged, stormy, horn-mad, extremist, raging, blood-and-guts, androgynous, enraged, riled, fanatic, keen, explosive, loud, extreme, furious, irate, drag-out, infuriated, wroth, opinionated, zealous, hammer-and-tongs, far-out, overzealous.

cordial, amenable, low-pressure, relaxed, happy, obliging, content, pleasant, temperate, kind, pleased, casual, accommodating, orthodox, easygoing, middle-of-the-road, sympathetic, placid, amicable, passionless, empathetic, peaceable, delighted, complaisant, conventional, affable, amiable, good-natured, traditional, reasonable, serene, quiet, tranquil, friendly, sane, halcyon, nonviolent, undisturbed, nonbelligerent, moderate, genial, peaceful, satisfied, balanced, untroubled, subdued, pacific, accepting, sweet, liberal, tolerant, good-tempered, calm, understanding, agreeable, unaggressive, unperturbed, progressive, conservative, sound.

Examples of usage:

1) A rabid sort of anger was mounting again in the fiend before her. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

2) After thousands of years of man's almost rabid determination to destroy the brightest and best of his young, the world had finally found a place for the bright boy. - "Eight Keys to Eden", Mark Irvin Clifton.

3) Shortly after the Moscow congress the German government officially announced its intention of treating all persons bitten by rabid animals by the Pasteur method. - "Makers of Modern Medicine", James J. Walsh.