Definition of Rubbles
1. rubble [v] - See also: rubble
Lexicographical Neighbors of Rubbles
Literary usage of Rubbles
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The principal navigations voyages traffiques and discoveries of the English by Richard Hakluyt (1903)
"These have sixty or fifty rubbles by the yeare, none under fortie. ... Their salary is thirty rubbles a yere for him that hath most, some have but 25, ..."
2. Falkner Lyle, Or, The Story of Two Wives by Mark Lemon (1866)
""Answer questions, ma'am, unless I have my terms," replied Mrs. rubbles, rather rudely ... "I'm obliged to you, ma'am," replied Mrs. rubbles, making a stiff ..."
3. Early Voyages and Travels to Russia and Persia, by Anthony Jenkinson and by Edward Delmar Morgan, Charles Henry Coote (1886)
"... we coulde nevar haue boote in one riage so many rubbles as we sent ... for 2 rubbles the pece, being ordinarie sortes, we are contented, ..."