Definition of rabble

Common misspellings:
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Examples of usage:
  1. Moreover it is not merely that this war of his this war which he forced upon us with such damnable deliberation will have been a thousand times more destructive of human life than all the wars of the past collectively but he must needs likewise attack with vindictive fury he and his rabble of followers all those treasures of art which should have remained an inviolable heritage of civilised Europe - War by Pierre Loti

  2. Only the dread of taking hold and the corresponding punishment thereof makes it a rabble - The Ego and His Own by Max Stirner

  3. But the men on our side were gentlemen who could not be driven by a rabble and of course they were bound to win in the end - Rodney The Partisan by Harry Castlemon