cucumber_eyes89 (cucumber_eyes89) wrote in 1word1day,

rab·ble1 [rab-uhl] noun, verb, -bled, -bling.
1. a disorderly crowd; mob.
2. the rabble, the lower classes; the common people: The nobility held the rabble in complete contempt.
–verb (used with object)
3. to beset as a rabble does; mob.

And with this, have a fabulous day- smile at someone, take part in the wonder of humanity!
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