- a heap; pile.
- a tumult; hubbub; uproar.
Origin of hubble
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Examples from the Web for hubble
The size and shape of Laniakea depend on the rate of cosmic expansion, which is described by the Hubble parameter.
Williams did it with me several times, for instance when I mentioned the Hubble Space Telescope.The Stacks: Robin Williams, More Than A Shtick Figure|Joe Morgenstern|August 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Allard K. Lowenstein was so far to the left of WFB that WFB wouldn't have been able to find him with the Hubble telescope.
He would then show Mr. Hubble's letters, or some other papers signed by the Dartmouth magistrates.Martin Hyde, The Duke's Messenger|John Masefield
I then descried Mr. and Mrs. Hubble; the last-named in a decent speechless paroxysm in a corner.Great Expectations|Charles Dickens
This woman's name, according to the history of the church kept by John Whitmer, was Hubble.
Hubble bubble, the Indian pipe termed a hookah is thus designated, from the noise it makes when being smoked.The Slang Dictionary|John Camden Hotten
Dost thou remember the Nurse's dream in that exquisite work, which she recounts in such agony to Hubble Bubble?The Antiquary, Complete|Sir Walter Scott
British Dictionary definitions for hubble
Word Origin and History for hubble
space telescope placed in orbit 1990, named for U.S. astronomer Edwin P. Hubble (1889-1953).