Sherry cobbler when you name it long; cobbler, when you name it short.
He had often, in his bitter moments, envied the bricklayer and the cobbler.
And to some extent, every one, a poet be he or a cobbler, enjoys such a license.
On the following day, going again to see her, I find this cobbler there.
He was carpenter, blacksmith, cobbler, and often boat-builder and fisherman as well.
There must be first a husbandman, secondly a builder, thirdly a weaver, to which may be added a cobbler.
“He is the son of the cobbler who mends my boots,” she whispered.
What for shouldna a cobbler write wonnerfully, as weel as anither?
According to the Russian custom he was early apprenticed to a cobbler.
That is the cobbler's wax, that sticks all this mass of frizzled hair on.