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Princeton's WordNet

  1. mob, rabble, rout(noun)

    a disorderly crowd of people

  2. syndicate, crime syndicate, mob, family(noun)

    a loose affiliation of gangsters in charge of organized criminal activities

  3. gang, pack, ring, mob(verb)

    an association of criminals

    "police tried to break up the gang"; "a pack of thieves"

  4. throng, mob, pack, pile, jam(verb)

    press tightly together or cram

    "The crowd packed the auditorium"


  1. Mob(n.)

    A criminal organization or organized criminal gangs, collectively; the Mafia; the syndicate; as, he was a lawyer for the mob.

  2. Origin: [L. mobile vulgus, the movable common people. See Mobile, n.]

Webster Dictionary

  1. Mob(noun)

    a mobcap

  2. Mob(verb)

    to wrap up in, or cover with, a cowl

  3. Mob(noun)

    the lower classes of a community; the populace, or the lowest part of it

  4. Mob(noun)

    a throng; a rabble; esp., an unlawful or riotous assembly; a disorderly crowd

  5. Mob(verb)

    to crowd about, as a mob, and attack or annoy; as, to mob a house or a person

  6. Origin: [See Mobcap.]


  1. Mob

    A mob, mobile or monster is a computer-controlled non-player character in a computer game such as an MMORPG or MUD. Depending on context, all such characters in a game may be considered "mobs", or usage may be limited to hostile NPCs and/or NPCs vulnerable to attack.

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Mob

    mob, n. the mobile or fickle common people: the vulgar: the rabble: a disorderly crowd, a riotous assembly: a large herd or flock.—v.t. to attack in a disorderly crowd:—pr.p. mob′bing; pa.p. mobbed.—adj. Mob′bish.—ns. Mob′-law, lynch-law; Moboc′racy, rule or ascendency exercised by the mob; Mob′ocrat, a demagogue.—adj. Mobocrat′ic.—n. Mobs′man, a well-dressed thief or swindler—usually Swell-mobsman. [Contr. for L. mobile (vulgus), the fickle (multitude); movēre to move.]

  2. Mob

    mob, or Mob′-cap, n. a cap with puffy crown, a broad band, and frills—v.t. to cover, as the face, by a cap or hood. [Old Dut. mop; mod. Dut. mopmuts, a woman's nightcap; cf. Scotch Mutch.]

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Etymology and Origins

  1. Mob

    From the Latin mobile vulgus, “the vulgar crowd.”

Anagrams for MOB »

  1. OMB

  2. bom, BoM, BOM

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of MOB in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of MOB in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of MOB in a Sentence

  1. Asad Sarfraz:

    An emotionally charged mob of people belonging to different groups and segments of society reached there and damaged several parts of the building.

  2. Donald Trump:

    No one should carelessly compare political opponents to historical villains, which is done often and all the time. It's got to stop. We should not mob people in public spaces or destroy public property. There is one way to settle our disagreements -- it's called peacefully, at the ballot box. That's what we want.

  3. Ched Evans:

    Sadly the 'mob rule' tactics employed by the more radical elements of our society and the constant media reporting has had the desired influence on some sponsors and the club would face significant financial pressure if I joined them.

  4. G. K. Chesterton:

    There are no wise few. Every aristocracy that has ever existed has behaved, in all essential points, exactly like a small mob.

  5. Hillary Clinton:

    When you are inciting mob violence, which his what Trump is doing in those clips, there is a lot of memories that people have, people remember mob violence that led to lynching, people remember mob violence that led to people being shot, being grabbed, being mistreated.

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