Definition of cobbler in English:
1A person who mends shoes as a job.
- He also worked as a master cobbler, mending shoes.
- Each small community would have had its local cobbler who produced shoes to fit each individual customer uniquely.
- The old cobbler who had been mending shoes in the doorway of a building was unexpectedly replaced by a stranger.
3chiefly North American A dessert consisting of fruit baked in a deep dish with a thick, cake-like crust on top.
- For dessert, we ordered a peach and huckleberry cobbler with vanilla gelato and four spoons.
- We eat our chicken and kugel, and then we serve the raspberry cobbler for dessert.
- The cobblers I usually make have crumby toppings; this one would turn out biscuity.
- let the cobbler stick to his last
- proverb People should only concern themselves with things they know something about.[Translating Latin ne sutor ultra crepidam]Example sentences
- My advise to the company: let the cobbler stick to his last.
Middle English: of unknown origin.
Words that rhyme with cobblergobbler
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