He was very poor, and to support his family he 'cobbled' for his neighbors.
From outside came a clatter of hoofs on the cobbled roadway.
Up the gray cobbled streets and away on the headlands, he would think of it.
Sometimes, in the evening, he cobbled the boots or mended the kettle or his pit-bottle.
Fish-scales glistened on the cobbled quays of the little port.
Another abiding feature of Bletchingley is its cobbled gutters.
The light of the lantern flashed on the cobbled path and the bottom of the wall.
Whilst they clatter along the cobbled highway, we will explain their errand.
How grateful we are when it is only cobbled, and not restored.
He and Sachs had cobbled at it too much: they had brushed and combed it.