[rab-uh l-muh nt]
- a tumult; disturbance.
Origin of rabblement
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Examples from the Web for rabblement
Beausobre says of, him: "His principle was, that faith was only fit for the rabblement."Religion In The Heavens
The rabblement is at least aware of the punishment it deserves—and will receive!
In the stage directions of this scene, Shakespeare shows his own opinion of the mob by writing, "Enter Cade and his rabblement."Tolstoy on Shakespeare