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To discover deceitful or underhanded behaviour

The police is going to rumble your hideout.

A street fight or brawl
To move while making a rumbling noise

The truck rumbled over the rough road.

To make a low pitched noise

If I don't eat, my stomach will rumble.

An onomatopoeia describing a rumbling noise
fight, brawl
A low pitched irregular noise, such as that of thunder or a hungry stomach

The rumble from passing trucks made it hard to sleep at night.

{v} to make a hoarse low noise
a loud low dull continuous noise; "they heard the rumbling of thunder"
Low-frequency vibration
To make a low, heavy, continued sound; as, the thunder rumbles at a distance
a fight between rival gangs of adolescents
Low-frequency noise from a turntable or tape transport
A low pitched irregular noise
A rotating cask or box in which small articles are smoothed or polished by friction against each other
If your stomach rumbles, it makes a vibrating noise, usually because you are hungry. Her stomach rumbled. She hadn't eaten any breakfast
If something rumbles, it makes a low, continuous noise. The sky, swollen like a black bladder, rumbled and crackled
A noisy report; rumor
make a low noise; "rumbling thunder
A seat for servants, behind the body of a carriage
{i} deep loud sound, thundering sound; rumble seat, back section of a roadster or coupe which opens to form a seat; street fight, brawl, scuffle (Slang)
If a vehicle rumbles somewhere, it moves slowly forward while making a low continuous noise. A bus rumbled along the road at the top of the path
a servant's seat (or luggage compartment) in the rear of a carriage
If someone is rumbled, the truth about them or something they were trying to hide is discovered. When his fraud was rumbled he had just £20.17 in the bank. a series of long low sounds rumble of
See Rumble, n
A rumble is a low continuous noise. The silence of the night was punctuated by the distant rumble of traffic
to utter or emit low dull rumbling sounds; "he grumbled a rude response"; "Stones grumbled down the cliff"
make a low noise; "rumbling thunder"
A low, heavy, continuous sound like that made by heavy wagons or the reverberation of thunder; a confused noise; as, the rumble of a railroad train
To murmur; to ripple
To cause to pass through a rumble, or shaking machine
a fight between rival gangs of adolescents a servant's seat (or luggage compartment) in the rear of a carriage a loud low dull continuous noise; "they heard the rumbling of thunder"
An extraneous low-frequency noise, often of indeterminate pitch, caused by physical vibration of a turntable or of the room in which a recording was made
{f} make a deep loud sound like that of thunder; take part in a street fight, brawl (Slang); understand, discover (Slang)
Rumble Pak
An attachment to a joystick or joypad, making it vibrate upon certain actions within the game, manufactured by Nintendo for its games consoles
rumble seat
An extra passenger seat or row of seats in an automobile, which typically folds away into a rear storage compartment

I suspected I wouldn't care an awful lot for his companionship, so I put him and another one in the rumble seat, and with the other two in with me I found the trail back to the Parkway and turned south.

rumble seats
plural form of rumble seat
rumble on
If you say that something such as an argument rumbles on, you mean that it continues for a long time after it should have been settled. And still the row rumbles on over who is to blame for the steadily surging crime statistics
rumble seat
An uncovered passenger seat that opens out from the rear of an automobile
rumble seat
a folding outside seat in the back of some early cars
rumble strip
a number of raised lines across a road which make a loud noise when you drive over them to warn you to slow down
Deep and slow sounding

His rumbling voice fit the solemn occasion.

Present participle of rumble
The sound of complaint

The rumblings of the masses precedes the crumbling of the state.

{n} a hoarse low noise, a noise
past of rumble
{i} person or thing that rumbles
One who, or that which, rumbles
Rumblings are signs that a bad situation is developing or that people are becoming annoyed or unhappy. There were rumblings of discontent within the ranks
continuous full and low-pitched throbbing sound; "the rumbling rolling sound of thunder"
{s} loud and deep, thundering (about a sound)
a loud low dull continuous noise; "they heard the rumbling of thunder"
from Rumble, v
A rumbling is a low continuous noise. the rumbling of an empty stomach
{i} rumor or talk that is the first sign of dissatisfaction