RABBLE (ἀγοραι̂ος, G61). An unruly, lawless group of men who are ready to join a mob (Acts 17:5; KJV BASER SORT). International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915) rab’-l: This word is not found in the [[King James Version]]. the [[Revised Version]] (British and American) has it once as the translation of agoraios (literally, "lounger in the market place"), in Ac 17:5, where it replaces "baser sort" of the King James Version. It has the common meaning of an unruly, lawless set who are ready to join a mob.