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Synonyms for rabble-rousing

arousing to action or rebellion

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Bobby Charlton, Denis Law and George Best, Rooney's predecessors, would never give rabble-rousing talks but rabblerousing performances, all the time.
It is India's misfortune that it has spawned the likes of Mohan Bhagwat, the rabble-rousing ideologue of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), an organisation that nurtures itself on a daily dose of communal hatred.
Opponents and former supporters accuse Kejriwal of rabble-rousing and there have been violent clashes between his followers and supporters of the BJP.
Britain's response to Woolwich has been calmer than some had feared - notwithstanding some rabble-rousing by the English Defence League on Saturday.
The economy is sinking to new lows by the day, but our politicians are too busy engaging in the only thing they know -- uttering platitudes, rabble-rousing, pandering to unions and demanding punishment of those responsible for the catastrophe.
Peter Kazmierczak, senior heritage librarian in Bourne-mouth, said people have a lot to thank rabble-rousing William for.
And rather than any debate, it will only consist of a couple of rabble-rousing speeches and a bunch of workshops for wannabe Tory councillors.
Anthony Ashley Cooper, the First Earl of Shaftesbury (1621-1683), as "an MP, a privy councilor, a great minister of state, and yet also repeatedly in disgrace, in the Tower [of London], and identified with the most determined of oppositional politics, rabble-rousing, and even conspiracy" embodied the twists and turns of 17th century British political life, according to Spurr (history, Swansea U.
Songs seek to emulate the rabble-rousing anthems of the past but with limited success.
High time to get the vocal chords into shape therefore, and on Monday EMI release England The Album 2010, a collection of 22 tracks that range from the heart-tugging through the tub-t humping to the downright rabble-rousing.
Mr Woodley should become known as a listed example of last century's rabble-rousing, an exhibit of outstanding picket-line merit - but then, he'd not get paid anything like the pounds 122,108 in salary and benefits he pocketed from Unite in 2008, a 30 per cent rise on the previous year.
Before dismissing their work as rabble-rousing or writing a scathing letter admonishing their audacity, take a look at Don't Swallow Your Gum
Hitler possessed a magnetic, overpowering personality and a gift for rabble-rousing, but he was no military genius even though he fancied himself as such.
The raw energy and all out clout of songs like next single Give Me What I Want and rabble-rousing opener Fisticuffs are fused with the restrained pop sensibility of Saturday and Pillow Talk.
The pair were described by Judge Nicolas Price as the "leading lights" in a group which gathered to make rabble-rousing speeches in a central London mosque.