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yobbery Line breaks: yob|bery
Pronunciation: /ˈyɒbəri/

Definition of yobbery in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Behaviour characteristic of a yob: yobbery seems to have replaced wit in politics
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  • That leads to a general impression of rowdy behaviour and general yobbery.
  • There would be no seasonal escalation in street yobbery.
  • Crime, especially violent crime and yobbery, is out of control in substantial swathes of the country.

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