Definition of rabbler in English:

rabbler

noun

  • A person who is part of a rabble or the rabble; a person who rabbles.

noun

Founding
  • A device for stirring or raking material in a furnace, incinerator, etc.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in John Whitgift (d. 1604), archbishop of Canterbury. From rabble + -er<br>late 19th century (in an earlier sense). From rabble + -er.

Pronunciation

rabbler

/ˈrab(ə)lə//ˈrablə/