adjective, rub·bli·er, rub·bli·est.
Origin of rubbly
Examples from the Web for rubbly
Historical Examples of rubbly
I passed the fork of the rubbly roads where I had parted from Hilda.
It was sunk through a sandy or rubbly matter that had no cohesion.An Old English Home
Cornbrash, so called from its 'brashy' or rubbly nature, an earthy oolite yielding fair land for corn.
Next above is the Cornbrash, a series of rubbly and occasionally hard limestones and thin clays.
I parted from her at a point on the monotonous plain where one rubbly road branched off from another.