Origin of cobble1
Words nearby cobble
Other definitions for cobble (2 of 3)
- a defect in a rolled piece resulting from loss of control over its movement.
- Slang. a piece showing bad workmanship.
Other definitions for cobble (3 of 3)
Origin of cobble3
How to use cobble in a sentence
For Melodi, and many of her friends who are in creative industries, the pandemic has been a time of cobbling together ways to get by.Remote Work Is All Gen Z Knows. But Are They Satisfied?|Raisa Bruner|August 16, 2021|Time
In 2019, the Heat cobbled together a four-team deal to bring Jimmy Butler to Biscayne Boulevard via sign-and-trade.Which NBA Teams Are Making The Same Free Agency Moves, And Which Ones Are Mixing It Up?|Jared Dubin|August 4, 2021|FiveThirtyEight
Then, like many chefs, he laid off most of his staff — many had worked with him for years to establish the restaurant’s reputation as destination-worthy — and cobbled together a takeout program of dishes like burgers and pot stickers.Does It Get Better For the Indie Fine Dining Restaurant?|Sara Sheridan|July 22, 2021|Eater
When the pandemic hit, those of us who were able to work from home had to quickly cobble together work stations.
Germany is a team in transition, and scraped through the tournament’s group stage after losing to France and cobbling together a tie with Hungary.England vs Germany Offers End to 25 Years of Hurt for One Man, and a Nation|Dan Stewart|June 28, 2021|Time
Just cobble it together, plonk it on your head, and smile a lot.
A couple years ago, I was walking one weekday morning down Court Street in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn and came upon Robin Williams.
If only the Dems or the Reps could cobble one or two together out back in the shed.
The Lees were the 1st Black Family to move into the predominantly Italian-American Brooklyn Neighborhood of Cobble Hill.Spike Lee Blasts The New York Times’ Story on Brooklyn Gentrification in Fiery Op-Ed|Marlow Stern|March 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He could call new elections, but he will more likely call on Renzi to cobble together a government where Letta failed.
The pavement is of rough cobble-stones, and swarms of dogs and children crowded the way everywhere.British Highways And Byways From A Motor Car|Thomas D. Murphy
The streets are lined with cobble stones and bowlders and low, white houses, mostly one-story high.Ways of War and Peace|Delia Austrian
There were no harsh commands that he uttered, no rattling of wheels over cobble stones, no exhibition of a despotic will.The Broken Sword|Dennison Worthington
Many of its streets are paved with cobble-stones, and some of its buildings are, if not handsome, at least substantial.The Head Hunters of Northern Luzon From Ifugao to Kalinga|Cornelis De Witt Willcox
There is a short squat cobble, flat-bottomed and of intolerable weight, down near the waters, and its owner makes for it.Somehow Good|William de Morgan