Covered in rubble or reduced to rubble.
- ‘Rodgers knelt on the rubbled limestone road, wincing as his knees were stabbed by the white gravel.’
- ‘Even worse, many depleted uranium weapons used during the attacks are still lying around the city and countryside in rubbled buildings.’
- ‘In the following hours, the villages would be rubbled by continuous bombardment.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.