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Definition of Mobber
1. one that mobs [n -S] - See also: mobs
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mobber
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Literary usage of Mobber
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1. The Diary of William Bentley: Pastor of the East Church, Salem, Massachusetts by William Bentley, Joseph Gilbert Waters, Marguerite Dalrymple, Alice G. Waters, Essex Institute (1907)
"One person who went out to see what was going on upon a late occasion, or second meeting, lost his watch, & has advertised for the Robber, alias, mobber. ..."
2. Publications by English Dialect Society (1886)
"mobber- LEY, ASHLEY. See BASS. BATH, v. to foment. BATTEN or BATTIN, *. a truss of straw. The quantity of a batten is the straw from two sheaves of wheat; ..."