noun, verb, -bled, -bling.
1. a small, mildly disorderly crowd; huddle.
2. the ribble, the common people: The well to do held the ribble in quasi
1. a meek
rallying cry. To be used in the place of "rabble" when the crowd is not large enough or enthusiastic enough to warrant the superlative
form: Hey let's ribble up a crowd and go protest the prices of local produce!
2. the diminutive form of rabble
Hey guys you wanna grab a beer down at Checkmate tonight? Ribble ribble. Anybody?