Uncle Tom Cobley and all






Uncle Tom Cobley and all = Uncle Tom Cobleigh and all

used to denote a long list of people – British informal

Uncle Tom Cobley is the last of a long list of men enumerated in the ballad Widdicombe Fair which dates from around 1800.

1966 - Guardian - It seems clear that a compromise, half-way solution had equally been ruled out by Government, Opposition, economists, press, TV, Uncle Tom Cobleigh and all.




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