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Things rubble often describes (“rubble ________”)
masonry, mound, stone, concrete, walls, work, stonework, wall, years, drift, stones, walling, layer, foundations, eater, fill, dam, breakwater, women, pavement, tumble, backing, deposits, thickness, breakwaters, aggregate

Descriptive words:
coral, loose, random, mortar, concrete, small, rough, dry, coarse, much, charred, flint, mortared, more, fallen, only, uncoursed, heavy, squared, broken, clear, rocky, volcanic, mere, angular, red, black, fine, stony, scattered, dusty, ordinary, coursed, mixed, and, grey, collapsed, enough, clean, burnt, gray, glacial, burned, substantial, dead, twisted, chalky, brown, radioactive, light, covered, chalk, smaller, rock, cemented, hard, hot, sandy, reef, snecked, sized, irregular, cyclopean, heaped, abundant, crushed, solid, plastered, fresh, piled, flaming, pebble, massive, useless, faced, rest, wartime, worthless, wet, calcareous, laid, porous, rounded

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See rubble used in context: 100+ rhymes, several books and articles.

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