from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A pal; a buddy.
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- noun Australia A
pal, buddy, mate, friend; often used in direct address by one male to another.
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- noun Australian term for a pal
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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Miss Kinevey-Gump tossed the loaves to Mr. Clary, who slapped them down and then used a tool called a cobber's thumb to push the loaves into each other.
You also know, whatever the tourist books say, that no one says "cobber".
"cobber," who picked up a bomb and blew on it to make it light; "all at once it blew his ---- head off -- Gorblime! you would have laughed!"
"cobber," who picked up a bomb and blew on it to make it light; "all at once it blew his -- head off - Gorblime! you would have laughed!"
End of transmission cobber g no i think a remake or a prequel will be a great idea we,ve waited long enough if your a proper sci fi fan you,ll welcome any idea thats on the horizon from the ridley scott crew
“Fair shake of the sauce bottle cobber,” the Mandarin-speaking, cousin Oliver look-alike bleated for the third time in five minutes.
He'd been reading an American book he'd got from his cobber Harry, it had a bad smell of mildew 'cause Harry'd had to hide it somewhere, maybe on the floor under his bed, so's his mum didn't catch him reading.
He was given a typically Antipodean greeting by Siddle, who thundered a second-ball bouncer into his neck: welcome to Ashes cricket, cobber.
Post to post they lolled each obber, carrots pulled adn pived foar cobber.
Found out dey had bilded dem a nest in a wandering joo plant hanging frum the patio cobber!
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