Cobbler meaning

kŏblər
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One who mends or makes boots and shoes.
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One who is clumsy at work; a bungler.
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A deep-dish fruit pie with a thick top crust.
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A clumsy, bungling workman.
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An iced drink made of wine or liqueur, sugar, and citrus fruit.
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An iced drink containing wine, whiskey, or rum with citrus fruit, sugar, etc.
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A deep-dish fruit pie, usually with a thick top crust of biscuit dough.
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A person whose work is mending shoes or making shoes to order.
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A person who repairs shoes.

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A kind of pie, usually filled with fruit, that lacks a base crust.
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(slang, usually plural) A police officer.

Look out, it's the cobblers!.

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An alcoholic drink containing spirit or wine, with sugar and lemon juice.
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Origin of cobbler

  • Middle English cobeler

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

  • Origin unknown

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