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grubble

noun; blending
crushed rocky debris.
 
A blending of gravel and rubble. The term was used to describe some rocky debris left by Hurricane Ike.
Etymology : Gravel is from Old French grave meaning 'sand' or 'seashore'. Rubble is from Middle English rubel.
Source : "Look at that grubble over there" - my Mother, 11/21/08
Last modified: 2 December 2008


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