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- n. Plural form of cobbler.
- n. testicles.
- n. Nonsense.
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- n. a man's testicles (from Cockney rhyming slang: cobbler's awl rhymes with ball)
- n. nonsense
Redknapp, perhaps the only modern day manager to still have the word 'cobblers' in his vernacular which is a good thing, cannot fathom the hate the modern day football fan vents.
'What do you call cobblers' punch? 'demanded Wegg, in a worse humour than before.
One other thing about cobblers is that it doesn’t usually matter whether you are dealing with fresh or frozen fruit, and both will give you great results, making cobblers a good choice year-round.
‘What do you call cobblers’ punch?’ demanded Wegg, in
I'm not contractually obliged to do cobblers, which is how the comedy world - which is so tightly managed in this country - works.
The majority of the Jewish men in Amran work in trade and vocational jobs such as cobblers or silversmiths.
The street had apparently at one time been one of some pretensions, but had now fallen upon evil days and become the abode of a number of petty tradesmen, such as cobblers, sellers of fruit and cheap drinks, dealers in second-hand goods of every description, and riffraff generally.
There are many mechanics among them, such as cobblers, tailors, silversmiths, blacksmiths, and other artisans, besides a number of merchants.
The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898 — Volume 06 of 55 1583-1588 Explorations by Early Navigators, Descriptions of the Islands and Their Peoples, Their History and Records of the Catholic Missions, as Related in Contemporaneous Books and Manuscripts, Showing the Political, Economic, Commercial and Religious Conditions of Those Islands from Their Earliest Relations with European Nations to the Close of the Nineteenth Century
About nice drinks, anyhow, my recollection of the "cobblers" (with strawberries and snow on top of the large tumblers,) and also the exquisite wines, and the perfect and mild French brandy, help the regretful reminiscence of my New Orleans experiences of those days.
About nice drinks, anyhow, my recollection of the "cobblers" (with strawberries and snow on top of the large tumblers,) and also the exquisite wines, and the perfect and mild