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Varletry

Varletry \Var"let*ry\, n. [Cf. OF. valeterie the young unmarried nobles.] The rabble; the crowd; the mob.

Shall they hoist me up, And show me to the shouting varletry Of censuring Rome.
--Shak.

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varletry

n. (context obsolete English) The rabble; the crowd; the mob.

Usage examples of "varletry".

The excitement of the varletry in the square, they say, was fearful to hear.