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- rab'l, n. a disorderly, noisy crowd: a mob: the lowest class of people.-- adj. disorderly.-- v.i. to utter nonsense.-- v.t. ( Scot.) to mob.-- ns. RABB'LEMENT, a tumultuous crowd of low people; RABB'LING ( Scot.), the act of assaulting in a disorderly manner, mobbing. [ Allied to Old Dut. rabbelen, to gabble, Prov. Ger. rabbeln.]
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Paully and his men were landed at the Ottawa camp, where a horde of howling Indians, including women and children, beat them and compelled them to dance and sing for the entertainment of the rabble. The War Chief of the Ottawas A Chronicle of the Pontiac War: Volume 15 (of 32) in the series Chronicles of Canada by Thomas Guthrie Marquis