Cobham

[ kob-uhm ]

noun

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How to use Cobham in a sentence

  • A source told the Daily Mirror, “Brooklyn and Jack went down to Cobham together and are good mates.”

  • Ralegh subsequently was accused of having on this occasion been offered money by Cobham to be a promoter of peace.

    Sir Walter Ralegh | William Stebbing
  • Houses and lands brought him in £7000 a year; and he had woods and goods worth a capital sum Character of Cobham.

    Sir Walter Ralegh | William Stebbing
  • The current belief was that his preferment was disgrace for connivance at communications between him and Cobham.

    Sir Walter Ralegh | William Stebbing
  • They had excited much party spirit at Court, where Cobham already was conspicuous as their advocate, and Ralegh as their opponent.

    Sir Walter Ralegh | William Stebbing
  • In it he entreated Cobham to do him justice by his answer, and to signify to him that he had wronged him in his accusation.

    Sir Walter Ralegh | William Stebbing

British Dictionary definitions for Cobham

Cobham

/ (ˈkɒbəm) /


noun
  1. Lord Cobham title of Sir John Oldcastle: See Oldcastle

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