rumbling

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English[edit]

Adjective[edit]

rumbling (comparative more rumbling, superlative most rumbling)

  1. Deep- and slow-sounding.
    His rumbling voice suited the solemn occasion.

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Noun[edit]

rumbling (plural rumblings)

  1. A muted sound of complaint or discontent.
    The rumblings of the masses precede the crumbling of the state.
  2. A deep low noise.
    The rumbling of distant thunder echoed from the hilltop.

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Verb[edit]

rumbling

  1. present participle of rumble