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Meanings of Cornball:

adjective

Trite and sentimental.

Usage examples:

A cornball movie
noun

A person with trite or sentimental ideas.

Usage examples:

He was a cornball when compared to the svelte politicians of today

Cornballs

ˈkɔːnbɔːl

Meanings of Cornballs:

noun

A person with trite or sentimental ideas.

Usage examples:

He was a cornball when compared to the svelte politicians of today
adjective

Trite and sentimental.

Usage examples:

A cornball movie

Cornbrash

ˈkɔːnbraʃ

Meanings of Cornbrash:

noun

An earthy fossiliferous limestone occurring widely in england in a thin formation of jurassic age.

Usage examples:

In the sandy bed of the spring can be found tiny fossils shaped like stars, which are constantly be…

Meanings of Cornbread:

noun

A type of bread made from maize meal.

Usage examples:

Any type of bread is great on your feeder tray or tossed on the ground - stale biscuits and bread, …

Corncob

ˈkɔːn.kɒb

Meanings of Corncob:

noun

The central cylindrical woody part of the maize ear to which the grains are attached.

Usage examples:

Place the corncobs in a large saucepan and cover with cold water.
abbreviation

Close of business.

Usage examples:

You have until cob today to show us why you should not be disconnected

Corncobs

ˈkɔːn.kɒb

Meanings of Corncobs:

noun

The central cylindrical woody part of the maize ear to which the grains are attached.

Corncracker

ˈkɔːn.kræk.ər

Meanings of Corncracker:

noun

A name for someone from one of the southern states of the us, especially kentucky

Usage examples:

The corncrackers were sent back to kentucky.

Corncrake

ˈkɔːn.kreɪk

Meanings of Corncrake:

noun

A secretive eurasian crake inhabiting coarse grasslands, with mainly brown streaked plumage and a distinctive double rasping call. due to changes in agricultural practices it is now much rarer in the british isles than formerly.

Usage examples:

The eight endangered species of birds are common scoter, hen harrier, grey partridge, corncrake, re…

Meanings of Corncrib:

noun

A bin or ventilated building for storing maize.

Meanings of Corncribs:

noun

A bin or ventilated building for storing maize.

Cornea

kɔːˈni.ə

Meanings of Cornea:

noun

The transparent layer forming the front of the eye.

Usage examples:

The limbus is the thin area that connects the cornea and the sclera, the white part of the eye.

Meanings of Corneal:

adjective

Concerning the cornea (= the transparent surface of the eyeball)

Usage examples:

One or both eyes cannot filter light properly because the corneal surface is irregular., a corneal …

Corneas

kɔːˈni.ə

Meanings of Corneas:

noun

The transparent layer forming the front of the eye.

Usage examples:

The limbus is the thin area that connects the cornea and the sclera, the white part of the eye.

Corned

kɔːnd

Meanings of Corned:

adjective

(of food) preserved in brine.

Usage examples:

Corned ham

Cornel

ˈkɔːn(ə)l

Meanings of Cornel:

noun

A dogwood, especially of a dwarf variety.

Usage examples:

The best fruit of any old world species is that of cornus mas, commonly called cornel or cornelian …

Cornelian

kɑːˈniːlɪən

Meanings of Cornelian:

noun

A semi-precious stone consisting of a dull red or reddish-white variety of chalcedony (quartz).

Usage examples:

Carnelian beads

Cornels

ˈkɔːn(ə)l

Meanings of Cornels:

noun

A dogwood, especially of a dwarf variety.

Usage examples:

The best fruit of any old world species is that of cornus mas, commonly called cornel or cornelian …

Corneous

ˈkɔːnɪəs

Meanings of Corneous:

adjective

Of or resembling horn; horny.

Usage examples:

The skeleton is formed of a corneous substance

Cornerback

ˈkɔːnəbak

Meanings of Cornerback:

noun

A defensive back positioned to the outside of the linebackers.

Usage examples:

Premier cornerbacks and defensive ends are too valuable to cut loose, even when injuries are a conc…

Cornered

ˈkɔːnə

Meanings of Cornered:

adjective

Having a specified number of corners.

Usage examples:

Young boys in six-cornered hats
verb

Force (a person or animal) into a place or situation from which it is hard to escape.

Usage examples:

The man was eventually cornered by police dogs

Cornering

ˈkɔːnə

Meanings of Cornering:

verb

Force (a person or animal) into a place or situation from which it is hard to escape.

Usage examples:

The man was eventually cornered by police dogs
noun

A place or angle where two sides or edges meet.

Usage examples:

Jan sat at one corner of the table

Cornerman

ˈkɔːnəman

Meanings of Cornerman:

noun

A person whose job is to assist a boxer or wrestler at the corner between rounds.

Meanings of Corners:

noun

A place or angle where two sides or edges meet.

Usage examples:

Jan sat at one corner of the table
verb

Force (a person or animal) into a place or situation from which it is hard to escape.

Usage examples:

The man was eventually cornered by police dogs

Cornerstone

ˈkɔː.nə.stəʊn

Meanings of Cornerstone:

noun

An important quality or feature on which a particular thing depends or is based.

Usage examples:

A national minimum wage remained the cornerstone of policy

Cornerstones

ˈkɔː.nə.stəʊn

Meanings of Cornerstones:

noun

An important quality or feature on which a particular thing depends or is based.

Usage examples:

A national minimum wage remained the cornerstone of policy

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