cobbler

4 ENTRIES FOUND:

cob·bler

noun \ˈkä-blər\

: a person who makes or repairs shoes

: a dessert made of cooked fruit covered with a thick crust

Full Definition of COBBLER

1
:  a mender or maker of shoes and often of other leather goods
2
archaic :  a clumsy workman
3
:  a tall iced drink consisting usually of wine, rum, or whiskey and sugar garnished with mint or a slice of lemon or orange
4
:  a deep-dish fruit dessert with a thick top crust

Origin of COBBLER

Middle English cobelere
First Known Use: 13th century

Rhymes with COBBLER

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