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use "rabble" in a sentence

On 2 May, 1891, some of the rabble besieged the orphanage of the mission, but soldiers rescued the orphans.

The mayor, George Martin, stated that "The post was not a sinecure.” Various brothels and saloons elicited rabble rousing troops from Fort Riley, as well as travelers coming from
Island, and catching a cashier dipping into the till.

Analogously, the looser, quotidian usage means "gaining advantage on a rival”, (intelligence coup, boardroom coup).

Hence the disease may be called quotidian malaria, in concert with designation of tertian malaria and quartan malaria.

The quotidian theme continues in Waters' abstract paintings.

The dialogue consisted primarily of phrases that had been lifted from works by James Joyce, the French code civil and from westerns supplemented by quotidian banalities.

And you shall know it-you teeming masses who squirm and squabble to suck at the benevolent teat of Hollywood, seeking naught but a brief escape from the hellish quotidian that is your lives.

As completely unprecedented and literally out of this world as the experience was, when the crew of Apollo 11 came back to Earth, they still had to handle some of the more quotidian aspects of business travel.

As Richard, A.C.T. MFA student Thomas Stagnitta gives a disarmingly earnest, dynamo performance that carries the play through its more quotidian ups and downs.

Candy Candy follows the televisual fantasies of a young girl named Candy who dreams of escaping her quotidian life in Mexico.

Cranes and hard hats have since become familiar sights on the site-and photographers have captured the quotidian progress and large-scale drama of the building's rise.

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