Cob (noun)

A small, round lump of something, typically made of a mixture of clay, sand and straw used for building.

Origin:

The word cob is derived from the old english word "cobbe" which means "lump" or "rounded hill". it is used to describe a small, round, lump of something, typically a mixture of clay, sand and straw used for building.

Examples:

  1. The house was built from cob, a traditional construction method in the southwest of England.
  2. The cob wall was plastered with a mixture of clay, sand, and straw.
  3. The cob oven was used to bake bread and pizzas.
  4. The cob sculpture was made by a local artist.
  5. The cob horse was made by a child as a school project.
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