Definitions for rubbly
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
rub•bleˈrʌb əl or, for 3,4 , ˈru bəl(n.)
broken bits and pieces of anything, as that which is demolished:
Bombing reduced the town to rubble.
rough fragments of broken stone, formed by geological processes, in quarrying, etc., and sometimes used in masonry.
Category: Geology, Building Trades
Origin of rubble:
1350–1400; ME rubel, robil, obscurely akin to rubbish
Strewn with rubble.
relating to, or containing, rubble