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rumba a complex ballroom dance in triple time that originated in Cuba. [3 definitions]
rumble to make or emit a low, heavy, continuous sound, as of distant thunder. [8 definitions]
rumble seat an open passenger seat in the rear of some early automobiles which can be folded and closed when not in use.
rumbustious wild and disorderly; rambunctious.
rumen the first stomach of a cud-chewing animal.
ruminant any of various cud-chewing cloven-hoofed quadrupeds, such as cattle, deer, or camels, that usu. have a stomach divided into three or four compartments. [3 definitions]
ruminate to chew a cud. [4 definitions]
rummage to search through thoroughly, as by displacing or overturning and examining all the contents of. [5 definitions]
rummage sale a sale of miscellaneous new or used articles, usu. donated to raise funds for a charity, service organization, or the like.
rummy1 any of various card games for two or more players, in which the object is to form sets or sequences of cards.
rummy2 (slang) a drunkard.
rumor a piece of information or a story of unknown or uncertain origin, not confirmed by evidence, and usu. spread by word of mouth; hearsay. [2 definitions]
rumormonger a person who spreads rumors or gossip, often maliciously.
rumour a spelling of rumor used in Canada and Britain. See rumor for more information.
rump the hindquarters of an animal. [5 definitions]
rumple to wrinkle, crease, or muss (bed linens, clothing, or the like). [4 definitions]
rumpus a noisy disturbance; ruckus.
rumrunner (informal) a liquor smuggler, or a ship used for smuggling liquor.
run to propel oneself forward by moving the legs very quickly so that all feet are briefly off the ground. [35 definitions]
runabout a small, light vehicle, such as a roadster, motorboat, or light airplane. [2 definitions]
run across to encounter by chance.