Then he went to the inn, took supper, and lighting his pipe, paced the cobbles and waited.
I'd like to see you coming through our wood and across the cobbles.
The old arcaded streets were asleep, and grass sprouted among the cobbles.
The beast sprang forward, with a shower of sparks from the cobbles.
The stones used are cobbles, six or eight inches through at the greatest diameter, and usually flattish.
The Plaza is paved with cobbles, which are disadvantageous for dancing.
Stumps by the hundred, three to fifteen feet high, rooted in a stream of fine blue mud on cobbles, still have their bark on.
There was a glimmer on the cobbles, and the faint outline of a lamp turned on its side.
Although the streets were paved with cobbles the people moved about silently, softly, with padded feet, like cats.
There came the sound of steps on the cobbles, and then a heavy blow upon the door.