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Coburgs

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A corded or ribbed cotton cloth made in Coburg (Saxony), or in imitation thereof. Chiefly used for ladiesʹ dresses.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Coats, Hosen, and Hats (Dan. iii, 21)
Cob (A)
Cobalt
Cobbler
Cobbler
Cobbler Poet (The)
Cobbler’s Punch
Cobbler’s Toast
Cobham
Cob-nut
Coburgs
Cobweb
Cock
Cock and Bottle
Cock and Bull Story
Cock and Pie (By)
Cock of Hay (A)
Cock of the North
Cock of the Walk
Cock-a-hoop
Cock apace