- n. Plural form of cobblestone.
“I never did meet the Maghrébine* bride with swank in her stride, to whom the cobblestones are a catwalk.”
“Ironically, I read that the cobblestones were added fairly recently, maybe a hundred years ago or something, to enhance the old look.”
“Lying on his back on the cobblestones was a man in his forties, overweight.”
“Across the cobblestones was the narrow entrance to the dungeon.”
“And it was the hour of the clear Edinburgh twilight, that strange time when the world seems to have forgotten the sun though it keeps its colour; it could still be seen that the moss between the cobblestones was a wet bright green, and that a red autumn had been busy with the wind-nipped trees, yet these things were not gay, but cold and remote as brightness might be on the bed of a deep stream, fathoms beneath the visitation of the sun.”
“Birthday (Mark on stage on his own, made reference to 'cobblestones', touches of Edinburgh man)”
“The coarser material of river deposits, such as cobblestones, gravel, and the larger grains of sand, are WATER”
“The route varies little from year to year, but it can be changed to avoid problem areas such as cobblestones or narrow roads.”
“On a recent afternoon, a group of American diplomats gathered on Rome's cobblestones with buckets and rollers, spreading peach-colored paint across the weather-beaten fa ade of a medieval storefront.”
“Contador lost valuable time on the cobblestones, losing an additional 20 seconds when a broken spoke in his back wheel was rubbing against his brake for the final kilometers.”
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