to cobble

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To assemble ('cobble together' an improvised assembly)
A cobblestone
To tell someone a story of dubious authenticity; a tall tale
To use cobblestones to pave a road, walkway, etc
{n} a small roundish stone
{v} to mend coarsely or clumsily, mend
A rounded rock on a beach, with diameter ranging from about 75 to 250 mm - see also Boulder, Gravel, Shingle
Cobbles are the same as cobblestones. They found Trish sitting on the cobbles of the stable yard. a cobblestone
To pave with cobblestones
A rock fragment larger than a pebble and smaller than a boulder (64 to 256 millimeters in diameter) that is somewhat rounded or otherwise modified by abrasion in the course of transport
repair or mend; "cobble shoes"
See under Cob
Substrate particles that are smaller than boulders and larger than gravels, and are generally 64-256 mm in diameter Can be further classified as small and large cobble
To make clumsily
pave with cobblestones
rectangular paving stone with curved top; once used to make roads repair or mend; "cobble shoes
naturally rounded stone, 77-256 mm (3-10 inches) in diameter, or a size between that of a tennis ball and that of a volleyball
{i} naturally rounded stone (especially such a stone used in paving a street); unprofessional or shabby work
Rock fragment 50 - 250 mm in its longest diameter; usually rounded by weathering; larger than gravel, smaller than a boulder
A rounded or partly rounded fragment of rock 3 to 10 inches (7 6 to 25 centimeters) in diameter
rock from 3 to 12 inches in diameter; also called rubble
A fishing boat
Cob coal
rectangular paving stone with curved top; once used to make roads
To make or mend coarsely; to patch; to botch; as, to cobble shoes
{f} pave with cobblestones (smooth rounded stones); repair shoes
To assemble (cobble together an improvised assembly)
To make shoes (what a cobbler does)
Rounded ROCKS ranging in diameter from approximately 64 to 256 mm
- A rounded rock fragment that is smaller than a boulder but larger than a pebble
(see Substrate)
To assemble multiple tile regions into a single contiguous region
to cobble