Single word, meant to be repeated with gusto, in heated arguments or large groups of protesters. Used in place of 'real words', not to be chanted.
'Rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble etc.'
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1)A Term used by skiers and snowboarders referencing getting it in on the mountain in Summit County

2)To Ski or Snowboard on large mountains, most likely at Keystone or A-Basin, (Alcohol & Facial Hair may be involved)
1) Who's goin Rabblin today?
2) Lets Go Rabble.
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It's the male counterpart to the female 'harem.' A group of men that are in rotation for a polyamorous woman.
Rachel: Is that Shane? He's freaking hot!
Jane: He's off limits, he's in my rabble.
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The sound made up of multiple voices of an angry mob or crowd, usually holding pitchforks, flaming torches, or picket signs. Usually followed by public speaker figure getting up on a podium and bringing everyone to order.
Angry mob assembled in town square: "Rabble rabble rabble!"
by Cheri January 25, 2005
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what crouds in south park yell at city hall when they are outraged or there is a conflict or problem.
Randy Marsh:"We have to stop all these child abductions!"
Mayor:"It's not going to help the situation if all you people do is stand there and yell RABBLE RABBLE RABBLE!"
by MITCHELL July 10, 2005
Contrary to popular belief, a phrase NOT coined by South Park but instead by Mel Brooks in "Blazing Saddles" to express general disapproval.
*referee calls a foul*
coach "how can you make that call from that angle? rabble rabble rabble!"
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1. The disorganized utterances of a large crowd, usually as part of a mob.

2. When someone takes a disorganized approach to speaking out against something, the result being an incoherent collection of syllables.
1. Before George Bush took the stage, the crowd that had gathered to see him could be heard: "...screw the poor...rabble rabble...kill the brown people, go to war...rabble rabble..."

2. After George Bush took the stage he was quoted saying " ... rabble rabble... Iraq... rabble ...Al Qaeda... rabble rabble... Liberty...Freedom... business... rabble rabble..." - which is actually a direct quote from every speech he has ever made.
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