1. A fight between rival gangs of adolescents; SYN. gang fight.
2. A loud low dull continuous noise; SYN. rumbling, grumble, grumbling.
3. A servant's seat (or luggage compartment) in the rear of a carriage.
ETYM Old Eng. romblen, akin to Dutch rommelen, German rumpeln, Dan. rumle; cf. Icel. rymja to roar.
1. To make a low heavy rolling sound.
2. To travel with a low reverberating sound.
3. To speak in a low rolling tone.
4. To engage in a rumble.
5. To make a low noise, as of thunder; SYN. grumble.
6. To utter or emit in a low rolling voice.
7. (British) To reveal or discover the true character of.