Definition of Mobocracies

1. Noun. (plural of mobocracy) ¹



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Definition of Mobocracies

1. mobocracy [n] - See also: mobocracy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mobocracies

mobisode
mobisodes
moble
mobled
mobles
moblike
mobling
moblog
moblogged
moblogger
mobloggers
moblogging
moblogs
mobmobile
mobocracies (current term)
mobocracy
mobocrat
mobocratic
mobocrats
mobos
mobot
mobots
mobs
mobsman
mobsmen
mobster
mobsters
moby
moc

Literary usage of Mobocracies

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1. Retrospections of an Active Life by John Bigelow (1909)
"Those who are tired of revolutions and of mobocracies and political corruptions may look forward with hope. By an accidental coincidence Genl. Chas. ..."

2. The Mercersburg Review by Reformed Church in the United States Publication Board, Franklin and Marshall College Alumni Association (1861)
"... then not unlikely is it that, among the many little monarchies and republics and aristocracies and mobocracies, which will be formed from their ruins, ..."

3. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1890)
"571. mobocracy (mob-ok'ra-si), H. ; pi. mobocracies (-six). [Irreg. < E. mob2 + -o-cracy as in democracy, aristocracy, etc.] 1. ..."

4. Retrospections of an Active Life by John Bigelow (1909)
"Those who are tired of revolutions and of mobocracies and political corruptions may look forward with hope. By an accidental coincidence Genl. Chas. ..."

5. Arbitrary Arrests in the South; Or, Scenes from the Experience of an Alabama by Robert Seymour Symmes Tharin (1863)
"Then came those terrible associations,—the inevitable outgrowth of all mobocracies,—associations of proscription ! The vigilance committee, the " committee ..."

6. Christianity Applied to Our Civil and Social Relations by Hubbard Winslow (1835)
"... and darkens so many public journals, and the consequent reign of mobocracies and riots, is increasing in the land with alarming speed. ..."

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