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mobster

[ mob-ster ]
/ ˈmɒb stər /
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noun
a member of a criminal mob.
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Origin of mobster

1915–20, Americanism;mob1 (in the sense “a member of a criminal gang”)+ -ster

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British Dictionary definitions for mobster

mobster
/ (ˈmɒbstə) /

noun
a US slang word for gangster
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