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- n. One who favours a form of government in which the unintelligent populace rules without restraint.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who favors a form of government in which the unintelligent populace rules without restraint.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One of the mobocracy or turbulent, mob; a leader of the mob; a demagogue.
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Czolgosz, the obscure assassin of the highest representative of the logic of business development in this country, is inseparably linked as the Siamese twins to the mobocrat, and that any effort made to root out the anarchist in this country will fail, and should fail, unless the mobocrat is rooted out at the same time.
Yes, but if you leave the Southern mobocrat to shoot John Jones, an unknown entity, the element of anarchism remains pregnant in the body politic and is liable at any time to show its venomous head.
To think that you, of all people -- my sweetheart -- gone over -- won over by a cursed mobocrat -- a fiend with the blood of our people wet on his hands!
You'd ought to 'a' been here then; you wouldn't wonder at my comin 'down on you like a thousand of brick jest now, takin' you for a mobocrat.
"A mobocrat -- our enemy -- and you have taken favours from him -- a minion of the devil?
I'm a-pantin 'like a tuckered hound -- a-thinkin' he was a cussed milishy mobocrat come to spoil his household! "
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