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noun as in shoemaker

Strong match

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All eyes will be on Georgia, which will offer an electoral post-Thanksgiving dessert of peach cobbler.

A whiteboard advertises a fish-and-cheese sandwich and homemade peach cobbler.

From TIme

The most interactive finale is the baked-to-order strawberry-peach cobbler, served beneath a big round cover of what looks like fruit leather but is in fact a tuile.

On Sunday nights, the family would crowd around the dinner table for a big dinner of fried chicken, potatoes, beans, biscuits and cobbler.

From Time

The other cobbler is Annette Turrillo, whose photos show a circle of women’s shoes arrayed around a single pair of men’s.

As the story goes, Socrates engaged the cobbler and the local youth in philosophical discussions while Simon worked.

So, offer to bring a gorgeous pie (or cobbler, crisp, crumble, tart, compote or charlotte) to your next potluck invite.

Like the cobbler's stall in the old song, it served the present occupants for "kitchen and parlour and all."

William Read died; originally a cobbler, became a mountebank, and practiced medicine by the light of nature!

Then there must be the ghost of a "bootmaker," with the ghost of a "lapstone," and a "last," and the spirit of "cobbler's wax!"

He was the son of a cobbler, and disgraced the imperial dignity by acts of barbarity and tyranny.

Rabbi Mr. Wigram had needed some trifling repair to his boots, and had accordingly sent them overnight to a cobbler.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cobbler, such as: bootmaker, cordwainer, and shoe repairman.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.