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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

rub•bleˈrʌb əl or, for 3,4 , ˈru bəl(n.)

  1. broken bits and pieces of anything, as that which is demolished:

    Bombing reduced the town to rubble.

  2. 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

rub′bly(adj.)

Wiktionary

  1. rubbly(Adjective)

    Resembling rubble.

  2. rubbly(Adjective)

    Strewn with rubble.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Rubbly(adj)

    relating to, or containing, rubble

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