cobbler


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  • noun

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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At this speech the Cobbler stared and gaped more than ever, for there was such a threshing of thoughts going on
At last the holy friar bade the landlord show him to his room; but when he heard that he was to bed with a cobbler, he was as ill contented a fellow as you could find in all England, nevertheless there was nothing for it, and he must sleep there or nowhere; so, taking up his candle, he went off, grumbling like the now distant thunder.
So he put on the clothes, and, still raging and swearing vengeance against all the cobblers in Derbyshire, he set forth upon his way afoot; but his ills had not yet done with him, for he had not gone far ere he fell into the hands of the King's men, who marched him off, willy-nilly, to Tutbury Town and the Bishop of Hereford.
You are not bound to say anything," said the cobbler in officious excitement.
Oh, don't say anything," cried the atheist cobbler, dancing about in an ecstasy of admiration of the English legal system.
Do you mean to say, Barnes," came the sharp voice of the cobbler, "that the hammer jumped up of itself and knocked the man down?
But he nodded rather eagerly, being only too ready to explain the Gothic splendours to someone more likely to be sympathetic than the Presbyterian blacksmith or the atheist cobbler.
From broken heels and worn soles to tapering boots and refinishing handbags, Cobbler Concierge offers unsurpassed craftsmanship with every repair by using the finest materials including Italian leather and weather-resistant rubber.
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.
I don't know where or how he learnt to be a cobbler but it saved us a lot of money on shoes
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.
After the completion of his term in 1962, he was left with no option to earn a livelihood except returning to his job as a cobbler, which he had left before contesting the election.
I am delighted that Sainsbury's is launching ASC certified River Cobbler products in their seafood assortment.
So I brought a pair of conservative-looking penny loafers to the cobbler, and asked them to approximate the style, but in black.