one of a series of rough or slightly raised strips of pavement on a highway, intended to slow down the speed of vehicles, as before a toll booth.
one of a set of roughly surfaced strips set in a road on the approach to a junction or hazard, to alert drivers by means of a change in tyre noise
noun 1. Often, rumblings. the first signs of dissatisfaction or grievance. 2. rumble (def 7). verb (used without object), rumbled, rumbling. 1. to make a deep, heavy, somewhat muffled, continuous sound, as thunder. 2. to move or travel with such a sound: The train rumbled on. 3. Slang. to have or take part in a […]
adjective 1. attended with, making, or causing a rumbling sound.
adjective, Chiefly British. 1. rambunctious. adjective 1. boisterous or unruly
noun 1. a stupid or ignorant person. 2. drunkard; lush. adjective 3. stupid; ignorant. 4. of, pertaining to, characteristic of, or arising from habitual drunkenness; addled by drink. rum-dum