Definition of Rabblings
1. rabbling [n] - See also: rabbling
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Literary usage of Rabblings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Report by Tasmania Dept. of Mines (1900)
"... during which time it is subjected to several rabblings or mixings. When properly smelted the metal sinks to the bottom of the furnace, and the slags or ..."
2. A History of France from the Earliest Times to the Treaty of Versailles by William Stearns Davis (1919)
"In the South Country the Royalists were conducting wholesale rabblings and lynchings of their opponents in a regular "White Terror. ..."
3. Men of the Covenant: The Story of the Scottish Church in the Years of the by Alexander Smellie (1904)
"... in London by Anglican advisers; and he was well aware that, in spite of the " rabblings," many northern parishes were occupied still by the curates. ..."
4. Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country (1859)
"The most recent incidents of historic importance that occurred in the district were the ' rabblings ' connected with the attempt to intrude Presbyterian ..."