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Synonyms for cobbler

a person who makes or repairs shoes

tall sweetened iced drink of wine or liquor with fruit

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a pie made of fruit with rich biscuit dough usually only on top of the fruit

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Despite his long career making Alan an expert in footwear, he is still unable to answer the major mystery of shoe repair - why all cobblers also cut keys?
He said there were chances that the cobblers claim was false because there were a number of China made synthetic hides in market and he might took advantage of making a claim of fake hide.
The cobbler excitedly slips into boots, brogues and sandals and takes on the appearance of other clientele including playboy neighbour Emiliano (Dan Stevens), who is dating a sex bomb (Kim Cloutier).
Mohammed, 58, a Pakistani cobbler, said he has been staying in the country for the past 18 years.
I had a great job building some of America's biggest buildings--even locally [in Utah] with the Maverik Center and the Huntsman Cancer Institute--but I started asking myself why cobbler had never been franchised like ice cream or other dessert products," says Kimball.
Critique: A master storyteller of imaginative fiction that grasps the reader's rapt attention, "The Cobbler of Ridingham" continues to document Jeffrey Barlough as an outstanding novelist with an ability to enhance his work with believable detail, plot twists, and memorable characters.
Bake for one hour and 20 minutes Bake for one hour and 20 minutes or until the cobbler is puffed, golden or until the cobbler is puffed, golden and fully cooked through when and fully cooked through when tested with a skewer.
He lived a simple life, and died as a cobbler in penury.
Sainsbury's will be the first major retailer in the UK to launch Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) certified River Cobbler.
I have been told of an Armenian cobbler near Falaky, but never found him.
Cobbler, the newly designated national turkey, and his alternate, Gobbler, received a reprieve, the Telegraph reported.
IT'S BEEN TWO YEARS SINCE CHICAGO'S CLASSIC COBBLER moved out of its home-based digs and into a retail shop on the 200 block of the highly trafficked Dixie Highway.
A cobbler wanted to see God and thus he prayed that he be given a chance.
Back in the 19th century this drink, especially the Sherry Cobbler, was all the rage.