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cob·ble1 / ˈkäbəl/ • n. (usu. cobbles) a cobblestone. cob·ble2 • v. [tr.] 1. dated repair (shoes). 2. (cobble something together) roughly assemble or put together something from available parts or elements: the mayor cobbled together a budget.

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cobble

cobble 1 rounded stone XV (in earliest exx. c.-stone, also †cobled stone); pl. small coal XIX. f. COB + -LE 1.

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cobble

cobble See PARTICLE SIZE.

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cobble

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