Cobble meaning

kŏbəl
A cobblestone.
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A rock fragment between 64 and 256 millimeters in diameter, especially one that has been naturally rounded.
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To pave with cobblestones.
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To make or mend (boots or shoes).
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To put together clumsily; bungle.

Cobbled a plan together at the last minute.

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To mend or patch (shoes, etc.)
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To make or compose hastily or clumsily; improvise.
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A cobblestone.
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To pave with cobblestones.
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A rock fragment larger than a pebble and smaller than a boulder. Pebbles have a diameter between 64 and 256 mm (2.56 and 10.24 inches) and are often rounded.
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(geology) A particle from 64 to 256 mm in diameter, following the Wentworth scale.
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Alternative form of coble (a kind of fishing-boat)
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(intransitive) To make shoes (what a cobbler does).
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To assemble in an improvised way.

I cobbled something together to get us through till morning.

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(intransitive) To use cobblestones to pave a road, walkway, etc.
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Origin of cobble

  • Probably back-formation from cobbler

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Short for cobblestone

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition