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  • A small, round stone of a kind formerly used to cover road surfaces.

    ‘It's the place to go if you like your cityscape to be a mix of Colonial-era cobblestones and even older trees.’
    • ‘Below the little cobblestones were as rounded as new loaves of bread.’
    • ‘It's either twilight or pre-dawn, with cobblestones and architecture hinting at a European setting.’
    • ‘The women navigate cobblestones and broken pavements on stilettos without breaking stride.’
    • ‘She recalls market vendors rattling carts along the cobblestones beneath her window, en route to the Campo de Fiori market.’
    • ‘He never complained, except when he occasionally slipped on muddy cobblestones.’
    • ‘No one knows exactly which streets still have cobblestones beneath the asphalt.’
    • ‘We used to walk together kicking the cobblestones in the shanty town.’
    • ‘They are set in an open plaza of cobblestones and pine trees.’
    • ‘It was all cobblestones and houses up on high with slate shingles and ivy crawling all over the place.’
    • ‘The going was tough indeed, I slammed on the anchors, skidded on the cobblestones and nearly went into the back of a horse box.’
    • ‘Angry householders have claimed the historic look of their community is being ruined by the removal of cobblestones.’
    • ‘The market square is surrounded by an ancient collar of cobblestones.’
    • ‘Children played soccer on the cobblestones and roaming dogs barked at our rickshaw and ran after it.’
    • ‘In the yellow light the cobblestones gleam and the air is damp and yeasty.’
    • ‘One police officer sustained a blow to the head from a large cobblestone.’
    • ‘Hundreds of feet clopped against the cobblestones of the road, adding the gentle clip-clop to the swelling voices.’
    • ‘The pounding of boots on cobblestones grew fainter and fainter.’
    • ‘The walls shone with rainwater trailing through the grime and the ground was thick with mud between the uneven cobblestones.’
    • ‘Nevertheless, before I knew what I was doing, I was scrambling down the ladder and running over the cobblestones of the road.’



/ˈkäbəlˌstōn/ /ˈkɑbəlˌstoʊn/