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corny

play
adjective \ˈkȯr-nē\

Definition of corny

corn·i·ercorn·i·est

  1. 1 archaic :  tasting strongly of malt

  2. 2 :  of or relating to corn

  3. 3 :  mawkishly old-fashioned :  tiresomely simple and sentimental <told corny jokes>

corn·i·ly play \ˈkȯr-nə-lē\ adverb
corn·i·ness play \ˈkȯr-nē-nəs\ noun


14th Century

First Known Use of corny

14th century

Rhymes with corny


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corny

adjective

Definition of corny

corn·i·ercorn·i·est

  1. :  relating to or having corns on the feet



1689

First Known Use of corny

1689


Medical Dictionary

corny

play
adjective \ˈkȯr-nē\

Medical Definition of corny

corn·i·ercorn·i·est

  1. :  relating to or having corns on the feet




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