- adj. Resembling or characteristic of a mob.
- adj. characteristic of a mob; disorderly or lawless
- mob + -like (Wiktionary)
“Say 'no' to health care!" they chanted in a moblike throng around his motorcade's path.”
“No child should be subjected to the moblike cruelty that has characterized some of the incidents in schools where the child has ultimately taken his or her own life.”
“Emphasizing the crowd means deemphasizing individual humans in the design of society, and when you ask people not to be people, they revert to bad moblike behaviors.”
“However, when women and even a couple of men told him that he was behaving like an ass, it was “moblike abuse.””
“I remember jaketk too, and the moblike abuse he got for refusing to be silenced about his experiences.”
“Peterson's attorney, Mark Geragos, argued that this jury was tainted by the, quote, "moblike response to the guilty verdict" and may be compelled to return a death sentence to please the community.”
“EPSTEIN: Well, his objective is to say that his role in this is still a sideshow, he's being convicted by a moblike media mentality.”
“So boisterous and moblike was their behavior that it was apparent several times that it would be impossible to maintain order, and notwithstanding the speaker stated that if any gentlemen wished to ask any question, upon any point that he might discuss, in their order, he would be glad to answer them, and invited criticisms, but one such question was asked by”
“Bradley could not but notice the marked difference between this formation and the moblike methods of the lower tribes he had come in contact with, and he commented upon it to”
“A sketch in gray and red dissolved into a moblike body of men who galloped like wild horses.”
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