a salad of lettuce, chopped chicken breast, bacon, cheddar, avocado, tomato, and hard-boiled egg, typically with a blue cheese and vinaigrette dressing.
a salad with chopped poultry, tomatoes, avocado, bacon, hard-boiled eggs, and sometimes onions and mushrooms, dressed in vinaigrette and topped with blue, Roquefort, or Gorgonzola cheese
The Cobb salad and the Caesar salad were the first ‘main course’ salads.
for Robert Cobb, the owner of Hollywood’s Brown Derby restaurant where the salad was created
- Cobb syndrome
Cobb syndrome (kŏb) n. A syndrome caused by vascular abnormality of the spinal cord and resulting in neurologic symptoms and cutaneous angiomas. Also called cutaneomeningospinal angiomatosis.
noun 1. coal in large round lumps.
[kob-duh n] /ˈkɒb dən/ noun 1. Richard, 1804–65, English manufacturer, merchant, economist, and statesman. /ˈkɒbdən/ noun 1. Richard. 1804–65, British economist and statesman: with John Bright a leader of the successful campaign to abolish the Corn Laws (1846)
[koh-buh-lij-er-uh nt] /ˌkoʊ bəˈlɪdʒ ər ənt/ noun 1. a state or individual that cooperates with, but is not bound by a formal alliance to another in waging war. /ˌkəʊbɪˈlɪdʒərənt/ noun 1. a country fighting in a war on the side of another country