Definition of rumble-tumble in English:

rumble-tumble

noun

  • 1An attachment at the rear of a carriage for storing luggage or to provide seating, typically for servants; = "rumble". Now historical.

  • 2Rough or chaotic activity; rough and tumble, hurly-burly.

  • 3Indian English. Scrambled eggs, now typically cooked with onions, tomatoes, green chillies, and spices.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in Daily Advertiser. From rumble + tumble.

Pronunciation

rumble-tumble

/ˈrʌmblˌtʌmbl/