cobblestone[ kob-uh l-stohn ]SEE DEFINITION OF cobblestone
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COBBLESTONE
That if one hits a negro on the head with a cobblestone, the cobblestone will break.
He ees call the 'cobblestone,' also the 'pouding-stone,' when he ees at his home in the country.
They will soon be able to tell in every case where the egg or cobblestone is not "just round."
They are shown in plate 29, along with a cobblestone used as a pestle.
He was devoted to horses and from his home on Broadway he could frequently be seen driving tandem on the cobblestone streets.
A long living room with a cobblestone fireplace met their gaze.
Tavern-keeper and tavern are gone; no vestiges even of cobblestone chimneys or cellar walls remain.
You understand, sir, a cobblestone takes no footprint, a knife-blade leaves no signature.
Maybe you are thinking of building a cobblestone chimney in our house, laughed Julie.
Walking along a cobblestone street, you might pass an old church which has iron chains hanging on its walls.