To make or construct, esp by assemblage: They still reject computers for production, preferring to cobble together layouts by hand (1830s+)
We can cobble together a good guess as to what is plaguing Edwards with the few details we have been given.
Those exoskeletons might be tough to pick out of your teeth, but cobble together those meatless parts and, voilà, extra fiber.
America was able to cobble together a collection of states to send forces to Iraq, most notably Britain and Spain.
Back in 2007, when Barack Obama was trying to cobble together a presidential campaign, the operation started small, and then grew.
This is a big part of why LPs were for adults, along with the fact that no pop idol could cobble together 12 songs of any quality.
Can the miraculously revived Silvio Berlusconi cobble together a coalition?
With those legs and that zebra microdress, Michaele might be able to cobble together a second act.
He could call new elections, but he will more likely call on Renzi to cobble together a government where Letta failed.
To make the epic of Waldere it was not necessary to cobble together a number of older lays on separate episodes.