Definition of mobber in English:

mobber

noun

  • See mob

    • ‘More impressive than the successful planning and timing, though, was the number of participants: there must have been three hundred mobbers present.’
    • ‘The mobbers sought to terrorize the laundrymen inside those besieged locales.’
    • ‘I tried to walk at different paces to the mobbers around me so I wasn't saying hello to the same people all the time.’
    • ‘One of the mobbers stumbled in front of the Ford.’
    • ‘To evaluate effect of eyespots on mobbing intensity, we tested mobbing duration and number of individuals over the entire assemblage of mobbers.’