cobby


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cob·by

 (kŏb′ē)
adj. cob·bi·er, cob·bi·est
Having short legs and a compact body; stocky. Used of animals.

[From cob.]

cobby

(ˈkɒbɪ)
adj, -bier or -biest
1. stocky
2. obstinate
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Steve Cobby and Russ Litten were asked to perform at our Hull rally - and wrote a tune especially for Jeremy Corbyn, For The Many.
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xxxxx WILSON JOYCE Dear friend of Joan, Charlie, Debbie, Paul, Lauren, Matthew and the late Cobby family.
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