a naturally rounded stone, larger than a pebble and smaller than a boulder, formerly used in paving.
- cob·ble·stoned, adjective
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How to use cobblestone in a sentence
We stayed at a historic hotel on the tiny market square and enjoyed strolling along the cobblestone streets and by the sweet little town harbor.A cycling trail through Poland and Germany — and Soviet-era history | Diane Daniel | October 8, 2021 | Washington Post
It was handled by Daniel Yaboah, who used to go up and down the village’s cobblestone alleys with a donkey cart.How an Italian Mayor Who Turned His Town into a Haven for Migrants Wound Up Facing 13 Years in Jail | Francesca Berardi | October 7, 2021 | Time
Among the challenges, the vehicles had to travel 11,520 miles over a gravel road at 30 to 45 mph, drive 960 miles over cobblestones and another 960 miles over potholes.USPS trucks don’t have air bags or air conditioning. They get 10 mpg. And they were revolutionary. | Jacob Bogage | May 24, 2021 | Washington Post
It’s like a cobblestone pattern of lots of different tumors that together form the placenta, and that is completely astonishing.New Genomic Study of Placenta Finds Deep Links to Cancer | Max Kozlov | April 8, 2021 | Quanta Magazine
There we pushed my mom up and down the cobblestone streets of the ancient city and carried her up castle steps.
Two carabinieri fell to the cobblestone piazza in a pool of blood.Two Police Shot Outside PM’s Office as New Italian Government Sworn In | Barbie Latza Nadeau | April 28, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
A backward step upon an uneven cobblestone suddenly returns him to a visit he made to Venice when his mother was still alive.
As we continue down the cobblestone streets, Glen passes a joint.
Michael Ian Black: We walk along the cobblestone streets of Old Algiers.
An early autumn sun lit up cobblestone streets, tall acacia trees, and handsome and nearly all decayed 19th-century buildings.
He ees call the 'cobblestone,' also the 'pouding-stone,' when he ees at his home in the country.Stories in Light and Shadow | Bret Harte
Unprepared, Samuel took the blow neatly on the jaw and sprawled full length into the cobblestone gutter.Flappers and Philosophers | F. Scott Fitzgerald
Maybe you are thinking of building a cobblestone chimney in our house, laughed Julie.Girl Scouts at Dandelion Camp | Lillian Elizabeth Roy
First you have to find in which patch out of desert areas of mud and cobblestone the gold-dust hides.Scarlett of the Mounted | Marguerite Merington
The next moment he was on his feet again and out in the street prying up a cobblestone.The Iron Heel | Jack London
British Dictionary definitions for cobblestone
a rounded stone used for paving: Sometimes shortened to: cobble Compare sett
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