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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcobblecob‧ble1 /ˈkɒbəl $ ˈkɑː-/ verb [transitive] old-fashioned  1 DCBOto repair or make shoes2 TTRto put cobblestones on a street cobble something ↔ together→ See Verb table
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cobbleGramm had hoped to cobble a winning coalition of social and economic conservatives.It is not that difficult to cobble together a budget that could at least appear to be balanced within five years.Whitehall mandarins have discreetly voiced hopes that the party leaders will cobble together an agreement rather than face a second election.In the end these separate plans are cobbled together by a central planning department and adjusted to make them compatible.Humble houses were cobbled together from leavings stuccoed over and painted in pastel tones of pink, ochre and yellow.In Bloomington, Ill., police use a variety of gang definitions, cobbled together from various state and local edicts.