[mob-ok-ruh-see] /mɒbˈɒk rə si/
noun, plural mobocracies.
political control by a .
the as a ruling class.
noun (pl) -cies
rule or domination by a mob
the mob that rules
“mob rule,” 1754, a hybrid from mob (n.) + -cracy. Related: Mobocrat; mobocratic.
noun a plum tree of southern Africa; also called mobola plum Word Origin Parinari curatellifolia and P. capensis
[mob] /mɒb/ noun 1. a disorderly or riotous crowd of people. 2. a crowd bent on or engaged in lawless violence. 3. any group or collection of persons or things. 4. the common people; the masses; populace or multitude. 5. a criminal gang, especially one involved in drug trafficking, extortion, etc. 6. the Mob, (def […]
- Mobola plum
noun See mobola
- Mob scene
noun a situation where a group of people is agitated or out of control noun phrase A very crowded place or occasion: And the secretaries soon report that the reception room is a mob scene (1922+ fr motion pictures)