Definition of Mobble

1. to muffle [v MOBBLED, MOBBLING, MOBBLES] - See also: muffle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mobble

mob-handed
mob cap
mob caps
mob rule
mobbed
mobber
mobbers
mobbie
mobbies
mobbing
mobbings
mobbish
mobbishly
mobbism
mobbisms
mobble (current term)
mobbled
mobbles
mobbling
mobby
mobcap
mobcaps
mobe
mobes
mobey
mobies
mobile
mobile-phone
mobile-station
mobile canteen

Literary usage of Mobble

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1. A Dictionary of English Etymology by Hensleigh Wedgwood, John Christopher Atkinson (1872)
"—B. To mat, mob, modle, mobble, to muffle up. The moon doth mobble up herself. ... To moble, mobble, is probably a mere variation of muffle, formed from Du. ..."

2. School and Home Education by George Pliny Brown, William Chandler Bagley (1909)
""Why, dat lil' rascal done stole my aggy, my bes' luck mobble. ... Hit's my good luck mobble!" Miss Edwards looked at the two boys in bewilderment. ..."

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