cobbed

EnglishEdit

AdjectiveEdit

cobbed (comparative more cobbed, superlative most cobbed)

  1. Broken, cut or trimmed into pieces of a convenient size, or formed into small blocks; cobbled.
  2. Remaining on, or taken from the cob, (as in "cobbed corn").
  3. Built of mud cobbles, and sealed with mud or an artificial equivalent.
  4. Crudely or roughly assembled; put together in an improvised way, (as in "cobbed together").
  5. Struck with misfortune (possibly a contraction of clobbered)
  6. (dialect) Odd, peculiar, strange. (Comparative can be cobb'der and superlative can be cobb'dest).

VerbEdit

cobbed

  1. simple past tense and past participle of cob
Last modified on 18 June 2013, at 18:56