Did you mayhaps mean mobbed?
- n. A member of a mob.
- mob + -er (Wiktionary)
“Netherlands smart-mobber Martijn de Waal asks a favor.”
“As soon as he had struck the ground a mobber set him against a well curb a few feet from the jail, and then, by order of Col. Levi Williams, a mobber and Baptist preacher, four men sent bullets into his body.”
“Revolutionary War under Washington, gave up his gun to a mobber, and then pleaded for his life.”
“The brethren had no witnesses, and when the mobber Bogart was sent to Far West for some, he simply arrested them and put them in prison.”
“The cruel mobber took the gun and shot the old man dead, and then another mobber cut him to pieces with an old corn cutter.”
“Three days after, this same mobber had the brethren arrested.”
“There was some firing of guns between them, and a mobber was wounded in the leg.”
“Theresa Guyton, a mother of a convicted teenage flash mobber, two felonies and two misdemeanors.”
“Here’s a smart mobber moblogging smartmobs via HipTop and home-kludged scripts.”
“a mobber was astir that morning, and the word of the Lord was again fulfilled.”
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