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yob

noun, British

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  1. a violent, brutal person who is often a member of an organized gang the complaint that English football has been taken over by the yobs, who make the stadiums unfit for families Synonyms of yob bully, gangbanger, gangsta, gangster, goon, gorilla, hood, hooligan, mobster, mug, plug-ugly, punk, roughneck, rowdy, ruffian, thug, tough, toughie (also toughy), hoodlum [British], yobbo [British]Words Related to yob cutthroat, scoundrel, villain; assassin, bandit, bravo, brigand, criminal, crook, desperado, felon, gunman, highwayman, lawbreaker, mafioso, malefactor, offender, outlaw, perp, perpetrator, pirate; pickpocket, racketeer, robber, swindler, thief, vandal; juvenile delinquent, tearaway [British]


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