Definition of "rabbles" [rabbles]
- (noun) Plural form of rabble.
Use "rabbles" in a sentence
- "MR De mint and the whole GOP have shot thier wad on the health care debate, they have used fear, misinformation, contrived rabbles, name calling and even veiled threats of violence with gun toting at town hall meetings."
- "And there were rabbles of children that tagged at our heels, jeering and screeching, pelting us with filth of speech and of the common road."
- ""I don't think any country will tolerate rabbles going around torching police stations," Mr. Imad said."