rubble

[ ruhb-uh l or for 3, 4, roo-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF rubble

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Into it he dropped the ring, covering it again with all the leafy "rubble and wreck" of the wood.

Where there had been shops and hotels, there were now heaps of rubble and calcined bricks.

Why was she stumbling about amongst the rubble and catching her dress in brambles and burrs?

Only bleak, black and gray hills of rock and rubble were there, no cars, no life.

He could have been lying in the rubble of that alley for an hour—or a second.

Gordon managed to get onto a pile of rubble where he could see over the crowd.

The other began explaining as he picked a way through the ruin and rubble.

His foot hit some of the rubble on the ground at the last second, and he skidded.

He kept on walking, ignoring the rats that scampered over the rubble.

Rubble stone from one man size to ½ ton were bedded in the concrete.

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