a situation where a group of people is agitated or out of control
A very crowded place or occasion: And the secretaries soon report that the reception room is a mob scene (1922+ fr motion pictures)
Merritt and Miller’s Own Block-Structured Simulation Language-Unpronounceable Acronym For. A l for interactive continuous simulation. [“MOBSSL – An Augmented Block Structured Continuous System Simulation Language for Digital and Hybrid Computers”, M.J. Merritt et al, Proc FJCC 35, AFIPS (Fall 1969)]. (1995-01-31)
[mob-ster] /ˈmɒb stər/ noun 1. a member of a criminal . /ˈmɒbstə/ noun 1. a US slang word for gangster n. 1916, from mob (n.) in the criminal sense + -ster. noun A member of a criminal grouping; a Mafioso; gangster: nickname he got from the mobsters (1917+)
- Mob stocking
noun an agricultural technique whereby a large herd of sheep or livestock is confined to an area to do intensive grazing Usage Note New Zealand
[moh-boo-toh] /moʊˈbu toʊ/ noun 1. .