- To put together roughly or haphazardly.
- To pave with cobblestones.
From middle english, meaning "to put together roughly".
- He cobbled together a makeshift shelter.
- The workers cobbled the road with large stones.
- The children cobbled together a fort using old cardboard boxes.
- The city cobbled the streets to give them a more historic look.
- The cobbled streets are a common sight in old European cities.