from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Cobblers' work.
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His furry lower garments were similarly fashioned, and his sandals with their knee-high laces bespoke the crudest attempts at cobblery.
General; the appointment of regional treasurers; the immediate training of artisans, particularly in building, carpentry, plumbing, cobblery and the electrical fields, and other required vocational skills.
He was now brakesman of a hoisting engine, dividing his small leisure between his studies and his cobblery, for he added to his earnings by mending shoes.
Although Wells is new to cobblery, he has Allen, who has spent more than 40 years in the trade of shoe and boot repair, to show him the ropes at the newly opened Craig Boot Repair.
Allen said cobblery isn't something picked up over night, however.
Mr. Nesfield observes  that, "The industry of tanning is preparatory to and lower than that of cobblery, and hence the caste of Chamar ranks decidedly below that of Mochi.