Associations to the word «Mob»
MOB, noun. An unruly group of people.
MOB, noun. A commonly used collective noun for animals such as horses or cattle.
MOB, noun. The Mafia, or a similar group that engages in organized crime (preceded by the).
MOB, noun. (video games) A non-player character that exists to be fought or killed to further the progression of the story or game.
MOB, noun. (archaic) The lower classes of a community; the rabble.
MOB, noun. (Australian Aboriginal) A cohesive group of people.
MOB, verb. (transitive) To crowd around (someone), often with hostility.
MOB, verb. (transitive) To crowd into or around a place.
MOB, verb. (video games) The act of a player aggroing enemies so they follow them and gather, forming a mob of foes.
MOB, noun. (obsolete) A promiscuous woman; a harlot or wench; a prostitute. [17th-18th c.]
MOB, noun. A mob cap.
MOB, verb. (transitive) To wrap up in, or cover with, a cowl.
MOB, abbreviation. Mobile phone
MOB CAP, noun. (chiefly historical) A plain cap or headdress for women or girls, especially one tied under the chin by a very broad band.
MOB CAPS, noun. Plural of mob cap
MOB HANDED, adjective. Alternative form of mob-handed
MOB HANDED, adverb. Alternative form of mob-handed
MOB RULE, noun. Government by violent gangs, or by the masses.
MOB RULES, noun. Plural of mob rule
MOB STOCKING, noun. Intensive grazing by a large group of animals intentionally confined to one portion of land
MOB, noun. A disorderly crowd of people.
MOB, noun. A loose affiliation of gangsters in charge of organized criminal activities.
MOB, noun. An association of criminals; "police tried to break up the gang"; "a pack of thieves".
MOB, verb. Press tightly together or cram; "The crowd packed the auditorium".
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