Definitions for riffraffˈrɪfˌræf
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
the lowest classes; rabble.
Origin of riffraff:
1425–75; late ME rif and raf every particle, things of small value < OF rif et raf
rabble, riffraff, ragtag, ragtag and bobtail(noun)
disparaging terms for the common people
The rabble; crowds; the common people.
They started charging a modest fee in an effort to keep the riffraff out.
low class, ghetto, indigent
sweepings; refuse; the lowest order of society
Riffraff is a 1936 film starring Jean Harlow and Spencer Tracy. The movie was written by Frances Marion, Anita Loos, and H. W. Hannaford, and directed by J. Walter Ruben.
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