broken bits and pieces of anything, as that which is demolished:
Bombing reduced the town to rubble.
any solid substance, as ice, in irregularly broken pieces.
rough fragments of broken stone, formed by geological processes, in quarrying, etc., and sometimes used in masonry.
masonry built of rough fragments of broken stone.
fragments of broken stones, bricks, etc
any fragmented solid material, esp the debris from ruined buildings
(quarrying) the weathered surface layer of rock
Also called rubblework. masonry constructed of broken pieces of rock, stone, etc
noun 1. masonry built of rubble or roughly dressed stones.
adjective, rubblier, rubbliest. 1. made or consisting of rubble.
noun 1. (Charles) Edmund. 1901–86, English composer of works in a traditional idiom
noun (Canadian, slang) (pl) -bies 1. rubbing alcohol, esp when mixed with cheap wine for drinking 2. a person who drinks such mixtures, esp a derelict alcoholic