English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'rumble'

(verb) 
Definition
to make or cause to make a deep echoing sound
Thunder rumbled over the Downs.
Synonyms
roll
guns firing, drums rolling, cymbals clashing
,
boom
Thunder boomed like battlefield cannons over Crooked Mountain.
,
echo
The rumble of thunder echoed through the valley.
,
roar
the roaring waters of Niagara Falls
,
thunder
the sound of fireworks thundering up above
,
grumble
My stomach grumbled loudly.
,
resound
The soldiers' boots resounded in the street.
,
reverberate
A woman's laughter reverberated in the courtyard.

Additional synonyms

in the sense of boom
Definition
to make a loud deep echoing sound
Thunder boomed like battlefield cannons over Crooked Mountain.
in the sense of echo
Definition
(of a place) to be filled with a sound and its echoes
The rumble of thunder echoed through the valley.
in the sense of grumble
Definition
to make low rumbling sounds
My stomach grumbled loudly.
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