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rab·ble

[ˈrabəl] ✕ Play

rabbles (plural noun)

  - a disorderly crowd; a mob:

  - ordinary people, especially when regarded as socially inferior or uncouth.


Synonyms

mob, throng, gang, swarm, host, horde, pack, press, crush, jam,

"Rabbles" Example Sentences

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The cleanup and the city

City councils over the last few decades have been nothing more than bickering rabbles with very few of the councillors having the slightest inkling of running a drinks stand much less how to ...

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Apiate Tragedy: I Didn’t Cause Explosion – Rider

As she was scavenging the rabbles, she came across a bottle of beer at where her brother’s drinking spot was located and said she was drinking to “drown her sorrows.” She said two children ...

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