Army and Mob


Army noun - A great number of persons or creatures massed together.
Usage example: a vast army of loyal fans in line for the band's farewell concert
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Synonyms for Army

Mob is a synonym for army in crowd topic. In some cases you can use "Mob" instead a noun "Army", when it comes to topics like society, big, group resembling military force, vast number.

Nearby Words: armed, arming


Mob noun - A great number of persons or creatures massed together.
Usage example: a mob of pigeons soon flocked around us after they spied the bread crumbs

Army is a synonym for mob in society topic. You can use "Army" instead a noun "Mob", if it concerns topics such as big.

Nearby Word: mobster

How words are described

human human army human mob
old old army old mob
single single army single mob
small small army small mob
Other adjectives: powerful, actual, entire, massive, large, big, great, huge, personal, new, advancing, organized, literal, giant, brainwashed.

Both words in one sentence

  • Torches and Pitchforks The Count is not impressed, and simply steps out to criticize their "angry mob" form (like using large, unwieldy scythes instead of sickles) before siccing his personal army on the mob.
  • You and What Army? Shrek says this to the leader of an angry mob, who turns around and sees his entire army has fled in terror of Shrek.
  • Call That a Formation? However, the human force is an untrained militia and acts like it, and the mass of the Orc army is a disorganized mob.
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