rubble

Part of speech: noun

Rough pieces of broken stone, or masonry built of them.

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Usage examples "rubble":

  1. For a moment Hunt saw again the struggling body of the injured man at the edge of the fallen rubble. - "The Heart of Canyon Pass", Thomas K. Holmes.
  2. There goeth two poledengas to a denga, six dengaes to an altine, and twenty- three altines and two dengaes to a rubble. - "The Discovery of Muscovy etc.", Richard Hakluyt.
  3. Rubble littered the smooth width of the runway. - "Rich Living", Michael Cathal.