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cobbled Line breaks: cob¦bled
Pronunciation: /ˈkɒbld/

Definition of cobbled in English:


(Of an area or roadway) paved with cobbles: a cobbled courtyard the street was narrow and cobbled
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  • Lush lawns are fed by underground sprinklers, while one of the cobbled patio areas extends from the entrance gates right up to the house.
  • Patio doors lead from the conservatory to a cobbled patio area.
  • The improvement of lighting in the castle area to enhance the safe use of the cobbled area is laudable.

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