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Synonyms for rabies

an acute viral disease of the nervous system of warm-blooded animals (usually transmitted by the bite of a rabid animal)

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According to details, a rabid dog bit eight persons including five children, two women and a man near Karkhano Camp in Sadda, a private news channel reported.
Tens of thousands of people die from rabies each year and, worldwide, 4 out of every 10 people bitten by suspected rabid dogs are children aged under 15 years.
LESBOS, Greece " Ben Carson has compared Syrian refugees to rabid dogs.
The rhetoric that got the most media attention was his use of the phrase "filthy, rabid dog.
Following his epic season last year, Gareth Bale has been filling plenty of back pages with speculation over his future with Real Madrid acting like a rabid dog in a bid to secure his services.
I'm not too sure if a rabid dog has a strategic plan worked out for who it will bite first, so just in case I think I will have that jab anyway.
He had been bit, just hours before, by a rabid dog.
The quintet don't realise that Nate, a militia spy, is keeping a watchful eye on them from a safe distance, and witnesses the astonishing chain of events that occur after Maggie kills a rabid dog.
Before that, the most recent human death was in the 1930s from a rabid dog.
One minute you're trying to fix a light in a locker room, the next you're being attacked by a rabid dog.
A pleasant summer's day ended in horror when a child out for stroll with his father was fatally wounded by a rabid dog
They are artifacts of their times and there are, for example, episodes of insects being cut to pieces, and a chicken being taken by a vulture, and a rabid dog and a coach accident in which a horse is killed, and another badly hurt.
Are there no citizen counterparts to emulate Atticus Finch (the protagonist lawyer who shot the rabid dog in To Kill a Mockingbird) or Travis Coates (the boy who put down "Old Yeller")?
But then there are other things for which a mistake or neglect will bite you like a rabid dog.
That was 'friends' in the 'if you step within 50 yards of our driveway my dad will set a rabid dog on you' sense of the word.