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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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cobblestonecob‧ble‧stone /ˈkɒbəlstəʊn $ ˈkɑːbəlstoʊn/ noun [countable]  TTRa small round stone set in the ground, especially in the past, to make a hard surface for a road
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cobblestoneShe woke up on cobblestones, surrounded by a rich fog.Horse-drawn carriages, usually with a young boy or girl sitting up with the driver, clatter over cobblestones.We talked about it tentatively at first, as we walked, arms linked, over rainy cobblestone streets.In the square the flower-sellers had lit the naphtha flares in the buckets set along the cobblestones.Do you know, the cobblestones couldn't be seen for the blood which swilled like water?Little clusters of guests were standing about on the cobblestones between the houses, looking at a loss.There was a dead man on the cobblestones, horrendously mutilated.As he reached the end of the willow grove, a tottering cobblestone bridge resting on wooden stanchions appeared on his left.
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