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the remains of something destroyed, disintegrated, or decayed

Synonyms for rubble

the remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up

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Just below the rubbly basalt, the degree of alteration becomes less apparent until the rock reaches a relatively uniform dark gray at depth.
Soils are sand to sandy loam on the coast, rocky, stony, or rubbly in the mountains.
The middle division consists of interbedded rubbly, gray, pink and red argillaceous limestones, platy limestones and calcareous shale.
Many areas that have been industrialised are rubbly, but birch is very good at colonising that type of land.
The rubbly scattershot nature of residual coal in defunct mines, the general scarcity of subterranean oxygen, and the general prevalence of underground water make coal fires fantastically lethargic, although they are capable of rare quicksilver dashes when the relevant variables harmonize.
It was right that it should have been very cold, very dirty, very muddy, very rubbly, very physically gruelling and we needed to feel that to portray the siege of Stalingrad.
In overlying deposits, the carbonate occurs as indurated laminar and rubbly horizons as well as pisoliths and laminar coatings on clasts.
The asphalt was cracked and rubbly, but the cactus and elephant trees that had been planted (how long ago?
All the while that she wrote hers, opposing people made of blood and bone to connections made of oil and gold, all the while she was teaching her students to read the biographies of Emma Goldman, Prince Kropotkin and Malcolm X, and the fiction of Isaac Babel and Christa Wolf ("Send those words out, out, out into the airy rubbly meaty mortal fact of the world, endless love, the dangerous transforming spirit"), she seems seldom to have missed a meeting of the Clamshell Alliance, the War Resisters League, the American Friends Service Committee, the Fellowship of Reconciliation, Women's Strike for Peace, Jews for Racial and Economic Justice, Ploughshares, SaneFreeze, even PEN.
Trails take you to the glacier's rubbly snout or to a high overlook.
At Paola, a series of limonite boxworked and stained, rubbly breccia outcrops trend north-south along Cerro Colorado ridge and were followed as breccia outcrops and boulders north from Paola for approximately 200 meters.
4 miles long, spraying jets from its rough, rubbly ends and girdled by a smooth zone around its middle.
The basalts are thought to contain porous, rubbly layers with plenty of interstices where CO2 could fit, simply by displacing seawater.
Relatively high rock temperatures were discovered in the Dee North mine, particularly in the zone 11 and zone 14 stopes, in connection with rubbly fracture zones emitting various gases, including ammonia and carbon monoxide.