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Canaille vs. Mob

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Canaillenoun

The lowest class of people; the rabble; the vulgar.

Mobnoun

A large or disorderly group of people; especially one bent on riotous or destructive action.

Canaillenoun

Shorts or inferior flour.

Mobnoun

(collective noun) A group of animals such as horses or cattle.

Canaillenoun

The lowest class of people; the rabble; the vulgar.

Mobnoun

A flock of emus.

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Canaillenoun

Shorts or inferior flour.

Mobnoun

The Mafia, or a similar group that engages in organized crime (preceded by the).

Mobnoun

(video games) A non-player character, especially one that exists to be fought or killed to further the progression of the story or game.

Mobnoun

(archaic) The lower classes of a community; the rabble.

Mobnoun

(Australian Aboriginal) A cohesive group of people.

Mobnoun

(obsolete) A promiscuous woman; a harlot or wench; a prostitute.

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Mobnoun

A mob cap.

Mobnoun

mobile phone

Mobverb

(transitive) To crowd around (someone), sometimes with hostility.

‘The fans mobbed a well-dressed couple who resembled their idols.’;

Mobverb

(transitive) To crowd into or around a place.

‘The shoppers mobbed the store on the first day of the sale.’;

Mobverb

(transitive) To wrap up in, or cover with, a cowl.

Mobnoun

A mobcap.

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Mobnoun

The lower classes of a community; the populace, or the lowest part of it.

‘A cluster of mob were making themselves merry with their betters.’;

Mobnoun

A throng; a rabble; esp., an unlawful or riotous assembly; a disorderly crowd.

‘The mob of gentlemen who wrote with ease.’; ‘Had every Athenian citizen been a Socrates, every Athenian assembly would still have been a mob.’; ‘Confused by brainless mobs.’;

Mobverb

To wrap up in, or cover with, a cowl.

Mobverb

To crowd about, as a mob, and attack or annoy; as, to mob a house or a person.

Mobnoun

a disorderly crowd of people

Mobnoun

a loose affiliation of gangsters in charge of organized criminal activities

Mobnoun

an association of criminals;

‘police tried to break up the gang’; ‘a pack of thieves’;

Mobverb

press tightly together or cram;

‘The crowd packed the auditorium’;

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