Did you by any chance mean tumbled?
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of rumble.
“The word rumbled inside his mind, foreign for some reason.”
“He waited until a train rumbled by and leaped out the window.”
“Such rustic background music, I observed at least once, when a train rumbled by mere yards from the setting, near where I was idling.”
““My eyes are amazing,” Gordon rumbled from the rocks.”
“Williams caught a 1-yard scoring pass from Pinegar on Fresno State's first play of the second period, and Sumlin rumbled through the secondary for a 20-yard score on a screen pass.”
“As the train rumbled by, the trestle shook and swayed until I thought we should be dashed to the chasm below.”
“This Great Mogul of a personage, then; this woundy Aliasuerus; this man of men; this same Hivohitee, whose name rumbled among the mountains like a peal of thunder, had been seen face to face, and taken for naught, but a bearded old hermit, or at best, some equivocal conjuror.”
“Time passed, the sky grew murkier, but word rumbled among his entourage on the tarmac that it would soon be a go.”
“- Yesterday word rumbled in, via countless tips and screengrabs, that Microsoft was preparing to roll-out a test of some sort of Xbox Live rewards program for the Xbox 360.”
“It went for quite some time; it could have been a couple of minutes of rocking, and it kind of rumbled for quite a long time afterwards, and even now there are quite a lot of aftershocks," she said.”
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