adjective, rubblier, rubbliest.
made or consisting of rubble.

1725–35; rubble + -y1 Unabridged
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rubble (ˈrʌbəl)
1.  fragments of broken stones, bricks, etc
2.  any fragmented solid material, esp the debris from ruined buildings
3.  quarrying the weathered surface layer of rock
4.  Also called: rubblework masonry constructed of broken pieces of rock, stone, etc
[C14 robyl; perhaps related to Middle English rubben to rub, or to rubbish]

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The steep faces of the upper volcano have a stair-stepped appearance imparted by alternating cliffs and rubbly slopes.
The dome has a rubbly surface covered with boulders and gas is seen escaping from many different parts of it.
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