cobbler's last

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Related to cobbler's last: cobbling, shoemaker's last, resoling
  • noun

Synonyms for cobbler's last

holding device shaped like a human foot that is used to fashion or repair shoes

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A Circumflex B Cedilla C Umlaut D Tilde QUESTION 12 - for 12 points: What was a 'weasel' in the nursery rhyme Pop Goes The Weasel A A tailor's flat-iron B A hatmaker's block C A cobbler's last D A blacksmith's anvil QUESTION 13 - for 13 points: Which organs in the body are affected by nephritis?
Cast iron lampposts fed by gas New studs hammered on a cobbler's last.
This 15th century building is known as the Last Inn not because of its position on the edge of town, but from its previous name as the Cobbler's Last, once the house where a local shoemaker decided he'd put his feet up in retirement.
My mother kept an old cobbler's last in the cupboard under the stairs that had belonged to her father.
The tool is a cobbler's last - a holding device used to fashion or repair shoes - and has three shoe stands in different sizes, and is painted red.