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Literary usage of Mobbishly
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1. Dodd's Church History of England from the Commencement of the Sixteenth by Hugh Tootell (1840)
"... they advanced to Durham, where some, that were mobbishly inclined, entered the cathedral, tore the bible, and committed several other violences. ..."
2. The Manuscripts and Correspondence of James, First Earl of Charlemont by James Caulfeild Charlemont, Edward Perceval Wright, Royal Irish Academy (1891)
"... CHARLEMONT. citizens, were of consequence rather mobbishly inclined, and alone gave me for a time more trouble than all the rest of the Volunteer army. ..."
3. A New English-German and German-English Dictionary: Containing All the Words by Adolphus Bernays (1834)
"... Millar. ad. vulgarly, mobbishly. (and iU compounds are mineral terms), m. (pi. — c) stroke, blow. ..."
4. History, Topography, and Directory of Northumberland: Comprising a General by Whellan, William, & Co (1855)
"... of sombre and cheerless houses, huddled mobbishly into a confused and pent up mass, packed and squeezed by mutual pressure into panic retreat from the ..."
5. History, Topography, and Directory of the County Palatine of Durham by Whellan, William, & Co (1856)
"... and cheerless houses, huddled mobbishly into a confused and pent-up mass, i packed and squeezed by mutual pressure into panic retreat from tho approach ..."
6. Essays on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral: The Practical Application by Alexander Watson (1821)
"As to the Jews, they exhibited the versatility of an unsettled, most malicious, insubordinate, immoral, unprincipled and mobbishly disposed people. ..."