[ noun ] a loud low dull continuous noise
"they heard the rumbling of thunder"
Used in print(Joseph Chadwick, No Land Is Free....)
Later , they 'd heard the rumble of thunder and_then , just outside Rockfork , they ran_into rain .
[ verb ] make a low noise, as of thunder
Used in print(Glayds H. Barr, The Master of Geneva....)
For an instant John longed for the sound of the bells of Noyon-la-Sainte , the touch of his mother 's hand , the lilt of Charles 's voice in the square raftered rooms , his father 's bass tones rumbling to the canons , and the sight of the beloved bishop .
[ verb ] to utter or emit low dull rumbling sounds
: "he grumbled a rude response." "Stones grumbled down the cliff"
Used in print(The Rev. John A. O'Brien, "Let's Take Birth Control...)
Where it is not actually erupting , it rumbles and smolders in sullen resentment like a volcano , ready to explode at any moment .
[ noun ] Last name, frequency rank in the U.S. is 12144