the riffraff; rabble:
The ragtag and bobtail of every nation poured into the frontier in search of gold.
The rabble; hoi polloi: Oh Lord, deliver me from the rag-tag and bobtail
[1820+; tag-rag and bobtail is found by 1659; bobtail, ”cur, lout,” by 1619]
[rag-tahym] /ˈrægˌtaɪm/ noun, Music. 1. rhythm in which the accompaniment is strict two-four time and the melody, with improvised embellishments, is in steady syncopation. 2. a style of American music having this rhythm, popular from about 1890 to 1915. [rag-tahym] /ˈrægˌtaɪm/ noun 1. a novel (1975) by E. L. Doctorow. /ˈræɡˌtaɪm/ noun 1. a style […]
[rag-top] /ˈrægˌtɒp/ noun, Slang. 1. an automobile having a folding canvas ; convertible. 2. the itself: a ragtop that folds flush with the body. n. “convertible car,” 1954, from rag (n.) + top (n.1). modifier : I sure wouldn’t sleep in that rag-top car noun A convertible car: It’s been a while since the ragtops […]
noun, Slang. 1. the garment, clothing, or fashion industry. noun 1. (informal) the clothing business, esp the aspects concerned with the manufacture and sale of dresses
friend of God, (Num. 10:29)=Reuel (q.v.), Ex. 2:18, the father-in-law of Moses, and probably identical with Jethro (q.v.).