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rumble

1. in. to fight. The gangs are rumbling over on Fourth Street.
2. n. a fight; a street fight; a gang fight. My brother was hurt in a gang rumble.
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Off a dark rainy night, when the existing marking was nearly invisible, the rumbled line was reported to have lit up "like a runway.
As of late afternoon, some 30 quakes had rumbled through the region, all aftershocks to the Northridge temblor that hit at 4:31 a.
Helens, which reawakened in 2004; Hawaii's Kilauea, which has been continuously active since early in 1983; and Anatahan, a volcanic island about 320 kilometers north of Guam that rumbled to life from dormancy in May 2003.
Column after column of tanks rumbled along the main road here in Macedonia's capital, 12 miles from the border crossing at Blace, mixing with buses and cars during the evening's rush hour.
9 and 10, two magnitude 3 shocks rumbled through the northern end of the Parkfield fault segment, near the region where the predicted quake is expected to begin.