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Coaxing

ˈkəʊk.sɪŋ

Meanings of Coaxing:

noun

Persistent gentle persuasion.

Usage examples:

He refused to return to the game despite the coaxing of his teammates
adjective

Gently and persistently persuasive.

Usage examples:

They speak in a coaxing manner when they want something
verb

Gently and persistently persuade (someone) to do something.

Usage examples:

The trainees were coaxed into doing boring work

Coaxingly

ˈkəʊk.sɪŋ.li

Meanings of Coaxingly:

adverb

In a way that persuades someone gently to do something, by being kind or patient, or by appearing to be

Usage examples:

"won't you let me come with you?" letty said coaxingly ., she patted the seat next to her coaxingly.

Cob

kɒb

Meanings of Cob:

noun

The central cylindrical woody part of the maize ear to which the grains are attached.

Usage examples:

Place the corncobs in a large saucepan and cover with cold water.
abbreviation

Close of business.

Usage examples:

You have until cob today to show us why you should not be disconnected

Meanings of Cobalamin:

noun

Any of a group of cobalt-containing substances including cyanocobalamin (vitamin b12).

Cobalt

ˈkəʊ.bɒlt

Meanings of Cobalt:

noun

The chemical element of atomic number 27, a hard silvery-white magnetic metal.

Usage examples:

This packing arrangement is also observed for many metals, including rubidium, osmium, cobalt, zinc…

Cobalt-blue

ˈkəʊ.bɒlt

Meanings of Cobalt-blue:

noun

A hard, gray chemical element that is a metal and is used in making paint and alloys (= mixtures of metals)

Cobalts

ˈkəʊbɔːlt

Meanings of Cobalts:

noun

The chemical element of atomic number 27, a hard silvery-white magnetic metal.

Usage examples:

This packing arrangement is also observed for many metals, including rubidium, osmium, cobalt, zinc…

Cobb

ˌkɒb ˈsæl.əd

Meanings of Cobb:

noun

A salad made of lettuce, chicken, bacon (= thin slices of preserved meat from a pig), blue cheese (= a cheese with a strong flavour that has thin blue lines of mould going through it), avocado, tomato, and cooked egg, all arranged in lines on the plate with a dressing (= a cold sauce) of oil and vinegar

Usage examples:

This easy cobb salad is healthy and delicious., i’ve only ever eaten a proper cobb salad on a trip …

Cobber

ˈkɒb.ər

Meanings of Cobber:

noun

A companion or friend (often used as a form of address between men).

Usage examples:

G'day cobbers!

Meanings of Cobberer:

noun

A companion or friend (often used as a form of address between men)

Usage examples:

G'day cobbers!

Cobbers

ˈkɒb.ər

Meanings of Cobbers:

noun

A companion or friend (often used as a form of address between men).

Usage examples:

G'day cobbers!

Cobble

ˈkɒb.əl

Meanings of Cobble:

noun

A small round stone used to cover road surfaces.

Usage examples:

The sound of horses' hooves on the cobbles
verb

Roughly assemble or produce something from available parts or elements.

Usage examples:

The film was imperfectly cobbled together from two separate stories

Meanings of Cobble-together:

phrasal verb

Put together hastily

Cobbled

ˈkɒb.əld

Meanings of Cobbled:

adjective

(of an area or roadway) paved with cobbles.

Usage examples:

A cobbled courtyard
verb

Roughly assemble or produce something from available parts or elements.

Usage examples:

The film was imperfectly cobbled together from two separate stories

Meanings of Cobbled-together:

phrasal verb

To do or make something quickly and not very carefully

Usage examples:

I just had to cobble this meal together from what i had in the fridge.

Cobbler

ˈkɒb.lər

Meanings of Cobbler:

noun

A person whose job is mending shoes.

Usage examples:

He also worked as a master cobbler, mending shoes.

Cobblers

ˈkɒblə

Meanings of Cobblers:

noun

A person whose job is mending shoes.

Usage examples:

He also worked as a master cobbler, mending shoes.
phrase

Nonsense or lies

Usage examples:

A load of old cobblers, i heard some rumours but i knew they were absolute cobblers., her claim tha…

Cobbles

ˈkɒb.əl

Meanings of Cobbles:

noun

A small round stone used to cover road surfaces.

Usage examples:

The sound of horses' hooves on the cobbles
verb

Roughly assemble or produce something from available parts or elements.

Usage examples:

The film was imperfectly cobbled together from two separate stories

Meanings of Cobblestone:

noun

Another term for cobble1.

Cobblestones

ˈkɒb(ə)lstəʊn

Meanings of Cobblestones:

noun

Another term for cobble1.

Cobbling

ˈkɒb.əl

Meanings of Cobbling:

verb

Roughly assemble or produce something from available parts or elements.

Usage examples:

The film was imperfectly cobbled together from two separate stories
noun

A small round stone used to cover road surfaces.

Usage examples:

The sound of horses' hooves on the cobbles
phrasal verb

To do or make something quickly and not very carefully

Usage examples:

I just had to cobble this meal together from what i had in the fridge.

Cobby

ˈkɒb.i

Meanings of Cobby:

adjective

(of horses, dogs, and other animals) shortish and thickset; stocky.

Usage examples:

Words such as broad, thick, powerful and cobby defined persian cats, while turkish angoras answered…

Cobia

ˈkəʊbɪə

Meanings of Cobia:

noun

A large edible game fish that lives in open waters of the atlantic, indian, and west pacific oceans.

Usage examples:

They will be my number one rods in the persian and arabian gulf later this year when i tackle the b…

Coble

ˈkəʊb(ə)l

Meanings of Coble:

noun

A flat-bottomed fishing boat of a type used in scotland and north-eastern england.

Usage examples:

The 88-year-old coble, a flat-bottomed fishing boat, had survived a direct hit by a stick bomb in 1…

Cobles

ˈkəʊb(ə)l

Meanings of Cobles:

noun

A flat-bottomed fishing boat of a type used in scotland and north-eastern england.

Usage examples:

The 88-year-old coble, a flat-bottomed fishing boat, had survived a direct hit by a stick bomb in 1…

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