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- adj. Broken, cut or trimmed into pieces of a convenient size, or formed into small blocks; cobbled.
- adj. Remaining on, or taken from the cob, (as in "cobbed corn").
- adj. Built of mud cobbles, and sealed with mud or an artificial equivalent.
- adj. Crudely or roughly assembled; put together in an improvised way, (as in "cobbed together").
- adj. Struck with misfortune (possibly a contraction of clobbered)
- adj. Odd, peculiar, strange. (Comparative can be cobb'der and superlative can be cobb'dest).
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of cob.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
There is no direct quote from Obama stating such a thing, its an entirely cobbed-together article.
My father, a broad-cobbed ear of northern Iowa corn, raised me right, teaching me to never abandon my roots.
Since moving away I think this is the first time we've ever bought cobbed corn.
I have never cobbed so quickly or with such determination.
Maize can also be shelled (de-cobbed) and placed into bags and then into crocks, jars or tins.
Now as we came into the heart of the target area, they cobbed their light maneuverable craft and spit up from our blind bellies.
Evening clothes were part of Cecil's training, and he kept to them rigidly, putting on each night for dinner what Murty O'Toole, having seen in wonder, referred to as "a quare little cobbed-shwaller-tail jacket."
I never saw any personal good to be had out of a fight, but it was better to fight than to be cobbed.
That he next beat and cobbed the slave with a shingle, and compelled two of his slaves, a man and a woman, also to cob the deceased with the shingle.
There never was such a thing heard of, unless some of them d-- d French craft; but your cousin ought to be well cobbed for saying you were like anything French.