Traducción de rabble-rouser en Español:

rabble-rouser

agitador, n.

Pronunciación /ˈræbəl ˌraʊzər///

nombre

  • 1

    (person)
    agitador masculino
    agitadora femenino
    • The country's transition to democracy has deprived them of their moral high ground; now they are more likely to be viewed as leftist rabble-rousers than torchbearers in an anti-authoritarian struggle.
    • It was a time of guerrilla war, when the local conflicts over land and water resources that emerge in any rural setting threatened to brand villagers as rabble-rousers.
    • There were no ranters or rabble-rousers, just an invited audience of academics, writers, politicians and sombre party members.
    • It resulted in the death, by firing squad, of hundreds of striking farmhands inspired, in part, by anarchist immigrant rabble-rousers.
    • He wasn't a rabble-rouser, he wasn't a fiery speaker, he wasn't a mobiliser of large crowds, and he certainly wasn't a guerrilla.
    • He's simply a professional rabble-rouser who has nothing better to do with his time.
    • Poetry has always been used by rabble-rousers, way back to Shakespeare and Byron… Poems reflect the world around us and can force us to challenge what we see.
    • Trinidad went through one of the most volatile periods in its history during the 30s as they marched to independence - you had labor struggles, government crackdowns on rabble-rousers and full-on riots in the streets.
    • The seats immediately surrounding them remained unfilled; though it was a standing-room only crowd, none of the fashionable attendees would dream of sitting in proximity to such notorious rabble-rousers.
    • The group is part of a growing trend of rabble-rousers who believe there's more to changing business practices than waving a sign around.
    • And most importantly, both share utter contempt for the politicians who, according to them, are rabble-rousers, inept and corrupt.
    • You have seen the fate of rabble-rousers and rebels.
    • Instead the worst nationalist rabble-rousers can be found among those who first endorsed the call for the demonstration.
    • Alternatively, reporters writing on concerns surrounding the issue were dismissed as rabble-rousers.
    • Workers can side with neither the European governments celebrating expansion with popping champagne corks in Dublin, nor the right-wing rabble-rousers who campaign against the EU from an egoistic and backward orientation.
    • Doubtless, the Christian rabble-rousers of the Middle Ages who led the persecution of ‘witches’ and ‘Jewish devils’ were fully aware of the viciousness of their acts, despite the blessings of Mother Church.
  • 2

    (speech)
    arenga femenino
    soflama femenino