Definition of Cobblestoned

1. Adjective. Cobbled; laid with cobblestones. ¹



2. Adjective. (medicine) Exhibiting cobblestoning. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cobblestoned

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cobblestoned

cobbing
cobble
cobble together
cobble up
cobbled
cobbler
cobbler's
cobbler's last
cobbler's suture
cobblerfish
cobblerfishes
cobblers
cobblery
cobbles
cobblestone
cobblestoned (current term)
cobblestones
cobblestoning
cobbling
cobbly
cobbs
cobby
cobelligerent
cobelligerents
cobia
cobias
cobinamide kinase
cobinamide phosphate guanylyltransferase
cobinding
cobindings

Literary usage of Cobblestoned

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1. Daytrips Spain and Portugal: 50 One Day Advnetures by Car, Rail Or Ferry by Norman P. T. Renouf (2001)
"In the middle of the plaza you'll find some steps descending into a very narrow and cobblestoned lane. Take these and, at the bottom, make an immediate ..."

2. The Bookman (1907)
"... lumbering conveyance through the coach entrance, grazing the gate-post with the iron-bound hub and then nearly completing a circle in the cobblestoned ..."

3. The Literary Digest History of the World War: Compiled from Original and (1919)
"... fixt and rifles at present arms, while both ends of a narrow cobblestoned street were choked with people crowding and pushing for a sight of Joffre. ..."

4. Towns of New England and Old England, Ireland and Scotland: ... Connecting by Allan Forbes (1920)
"... many of which are cobblestoned. changed Rye for other property in Gloucestershire and Lincolnshire, which he allowed the monks to hold. ..."

5. The US Virgin Islands Alive! by Harriet Greenberg, Douglas Greenberg (2006)
"Alleys and passageways still connect the two, but they are now charming cobblestoned mini-malls, which are closed to traffic. The sheer number of shops and ..."

6. Diplomatic Days by Edith O'Shaughnessy (1917)
"... and an old palace of some archbishop; but the most interesting thing about it was the Indian market, spread out on the steep, cobblestoned highway. ..."

7. The Other Americans: The Cities, the Countries, and Especially the People of by Arthur Brown Ruhl (1908)
"... cobblestoned street is brightened and enriched by them, End when one thinks of La Paz one sees these satisfying ponchos—like poppies growing in a field ..."

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