Noun(1) a disorderly crowd of people(2) disparaging terms for the common people
(1) he was met by a rabble of noisy, angry youths(2) They're not a rabble , there's some serious people there.(3) The rest of his army is a miscellaneous rabble who have never seen war, and will run away when they hear the first shot fired.(4) But we knew that a flag flying above our squalid little camp would convert us from a fugitive rabble into a disciplined force which - however tiny - would have to be reckoned with.(5) They were soft-spoken men of means and education; they were not an unwashed rabble .(6) the British feel no compunction about ushering the gentry into the coach and packing the rabble off to debtor's prison(7) Fear of the marauding rabble of dispossessed poor has existed for centuries.(8) And it's no surprise. Nobody with any choices would agree to stand up in front of an undisciplined rabble every day.(9) The political rabble has shown its ire in ugly racial terms, too.(10) His comment to the media was that he wouldn't, as a matter of principle, talk to a rabble that used this method (marching in the streets) of expressing their views.(11) Almost every pub and nightclub has scores of security staff watching out for trouble yet when the same rabble get to the public street a tiny number of GardaÔö£┬í are expected to do the same job.(12) ├ö├ç├┐Independence day has always been a noisy holiday celebrating the dizzying rabble of a populist uprising,├ö├ç├û he writes in his inimitable style.(13) He wondered how anyone could ever think that such a rabble could win a war against a trained, well-equipped Army.(14) There were a few middle-aged guys trying to keep the rabble under control.(15) ├ö├ç├┐It's an 18 th-century anachronism invented by guys who didn't believe the unwashed rabble were smart enough to elect a leader,├ö├ç├û he says.(16) A rabble gathers outside Whitechapel tube station at 2pm every Sunday afternoon, waits for the guide to make him/herself known, pays a fiver, then sets off to hear about the real history of the area.
1. mob ::
2. common people ::
3. ragtag and bobtail ::
1. aristocracy ::
2. elite ::
3. gentry ::
4. quality ::
5. society ::
Different Formsrabble, rabbles
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