rabidity


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Synonyms for rabidity

unrestrained excitement or enthusiasm

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This total is probably underestimated because weak rules pertaining to rabies surveillance in some countries, such as not requiring reports of rabidity in all species, are likely to result in underreporting of rabid NHPs.
Which is a huge waste of her time and energy because, frankly, except for a small community of fringe elements -- whose indoctrination and rabidity seek validation only in their condemnation of her virtues as transgressions -- there is not a single Indian who wants Sania to prove her Indianness.
Unions currently receive more of the blame -- Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey rails against them with a rabidity regularly reserved for soapbox preachers and war protesters.
Fourth, the number, aggression, unrestrainedness and rabidity of the local canine population, both feral and pet, made any unprotected exploration a literal life-and-death situation.
What comes through in Donaldson's analysis of Hemingway's contentious exchanges with his editors is how much of his later rabidity was already a coping mechanism in his apprenticeship: whenever caught kiting the trade, he would bluster, flinching at editorial restrictions and daiming economic injustice (241).