Cobbled sentence example

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  • Much of this road is still cobbled with granite setts.

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  • In front of him, whitewashed dwellings lined wide cobbled streets and reflected brightly in the moonlight.

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  • The village has many cobbled streets and narrow wynds.

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  • The terrain changed with the broad green levels around the cobbled pavements of the raised beaches alive with nesting gulls.

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  • Narrow streets, some cobbled, alleys leading down to the waters edge.

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  • A patchwork quilt hastily cobbled together with a sole aim; to bleed the motorist dry financially.

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  • The narrow streets and cobbled alleyways are full of old world charm.

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  • Lovely little Austrian village, totally authentic, with old buildings and cobbled, narrow streets.

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  • Take the next right turning through a large iron gate onto a cobbled road.

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  • The house is approached through a large stone arch, in a secluded cobbled mews, closed to through-traffic.

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  • Oscar joyner own or signing are cobbled together.

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  • I've even cobbled the pathway to give you that Parisian feel.

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  • The long houses were often in pairs facing each other across a cobbled roadway.

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  • The traffic on the cobbled streets outside the venue merely emphasizes this frustration.

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  • A relatively modern 1958 Ford flatbed truck with bunks cobbled from scrap steel hauled the necessarily short logs to the mill.

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  • Steep, cobbled walkways leading down into the lower city, lined with interesting looking shops.

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  • Let 's take the shambolic mess of a review that Premier magazine cobbled together.

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  • A side street, ducking off the main road by the tube station quaintly cobbled, dingy.

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  • There was a winding cobbled street ahead of us, and a stall selling oranges.

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  • The steep cobbled lane to the right of the tenement building is Gloucester Street.

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  • The narrow cobbled streets have various shops and there is a selection of waterfront cafes and tavernas to enjoy in the evenings.

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  • Opening the letter made a crisp ripping sound, pulling the band-aids off my cobbled together calm.

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  • The cobbled street setting may have looked typical, but inside the homes the characters' lives were anything but!

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  • The village itself is full of pretty cobbled cottages located in narrow streets that lead down to the Key.

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  • Please do not park in the cobbled courtyard except to unload luggage.

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  • They cobbled the evidence together, which was later to prove the downfall of Sam Cole.

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  • Part of a working farm, it is attached to the main farmhouse and fronts the cobbled farmyard.

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  • Already has royal half moon cay are cobbled together mornings legions of.

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  • Tucked away down cobbled Ryders Wynd in Richmond is the Richmondshire Museum.

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  • The name became a byword for something cobbled together, botched together, tied together with string.

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  • Wapping, however, exudes an old Elizabethan charm; with its cobbled streets and listed buildings.

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