- n. alternative spelling of flash mob.
- flash + mob (Wiktionary)
“Commuters got a dose of Christmas cheer courtesy of a Twitter-organized "flashmob" of carolers Monday night.”
“The term "flashmob" comes from the spontaneous Internet-organized gatherings that gained popularity last year.”
“I think that all those involved in this "flashmob" should be arrested and sent to a juvenile facility (bootcamp) since they don't have anything else better to do afterschool.”
“South Carolina is planning an event March 20 with what some are calling a "flashmob" with glow sticks”
“A group participating in an Internet-organized "flashmob" snakes in a conga line through the L.L. Bean store in Freeport on Saturday.”
“Wikipedia defines a "flashmob" as "a large group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, perform an unusual or pointless act for a brief moment, and disperse.”
“A planned "flashmob" outside the House of Lords failed to materialise at 5pm.”
“November 17th, 2009 JANET JACKSON was stunned by her 'flashmob' dance tribute at The Grove in”
“September 10th, 2009 The BLACK EYED PEAS kicked off the new season of OPRAH WINFREY's daytime talk show in stunning fashion on Tuesday (08Sep09) by staging the largest single city 'flashmob' dance event ever.”
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