slang adjective form of the word clump or clumped meaning piled up, or amassed.
The trash that was clumped in the streets, had blown into the corners of buildings; clumbled up, after last nights wind storm.
by Beowolfe7 March 23, 2011
(clump + tumble = clumble) The movement of clumping and tumbling at the same time (usually with three or more people) - Often used in musical theater.
The ensemble quickly "clumbled" on stage when they heard their cue.
by M'Bee May 27, 2007
A dense, unpicked collection of raspberries at the end of a vine that are particularly ripe and ready to be eaten by a hungry Julian.
"Oh my god, look at that really big clumble way in the back!
by Pooperdiaper October 1, 2017