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cobbler definition

  • noun:
    • a person who mends or tends to make boots.
    • Archaic one that is awkward at your workplace; a bungler.
    • A deep-dish fruit cake with a thick top crust.
    • An iced beverage manufactured from wine or liqueur, sugar, and citrus fruit.
    • somebody who fixes shoes.
    • a type of pie, generally filled with good fresh fruit, that does not have a base crust.
    • A police officer.
    • An alcoholic drink containing nature or wine, with sugar and lemon liquid.
    • A clumsy workman.
    • A mender of footwear.
    • A clumsy workman.
    • A beverage. See Sherry cobbler, under Sherry.
    • one that cobbles, mends, or patches; especially, one who mends boots and shoes.
    • thus A clumsy workman; person who works in a clumsy, slipshod fashion.
    • A summer beverage to be sucked through a straw, produced by trembling up collectively, in a large cup, pounded ice, wine, sugar, cuts of tangerine, pineapple, etc.
    • A fruit pie baked in a big deep dish or a pot lined with dense paste: named according to the kind of fresh fruit used: as, an apple cobbler; a peach cobbler.
    • the past sheep within the pen in sheep-shearing time, generally one that: is most difficult to shear.
    • A small fish, Fundulus heteroclitus, found abundantly over the east shore regarding the United States.
    • The thread-fish, Alectis ciliaris, a fish with long filamentous dorsal and rectal rays.
    • tall sweetened iced drink of wine or liquor with fruit
    • a pie manufactured from good fresh fruit with wealthy biscuit dough typically only above the fresh fruit
    • an individual who makes or repairs shoes
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