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Definition of "mobbish" []

  • Like a mob, characteristic of a mob (adjective)

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Use "mobbish" in a sentence
  • "He describes the paparazzi and public worlds of celebrities as difficult and "mobbish" with groups of very bad, very aggressive people."
  • "He expressed outrage at the notion that the 180 representatives in the Virginia legislature were “a mobbish suspected herd” that “cannot be trusted” with the interests of their constituents."
  • "Mair knows this, as he explicitly states it, yet still he uses this example as illustrative of the awfulness of the internet and the propensity of internet users to mobbish behaviour."