Examples of cob in a Sentence
She used a knife to cut the corn from the cob.
We had corn on the cob.
Recent Examples of cob from the Web
With a corn cob stuck in her bowels and large gas pockets forming, the 22-pound bag of skin and bones was hours from death.
Each dish is more magical than the last, from the farmers board featuring fresh cheese and breads, to a side of corn on the cob served with a superb selection of flavored butters and spreads.
There's no deep-dish pizza, no meat loaf, no hotdish, no sweet corn on the cob, no pie under a plastic dome.
Esquites is similar in spirit but easier to eat: The kernels are shaved from the cob, cooked in chicken broth with herbaceous epazote, ladled into a plastic cup, and topped with mayo, queso, and chili.
Add corn-on-the-cob, mixed greens and whole-grain rolls.
Once cool enough to handle, slice kernels off the cob.
In Los Angeles, Benjamin Ramirez, an elotero who sells cooked corn on the cob, was given a new, tricked-out cart by the Los Ryderz bicycle club after his old cart was damaged in July.
Dinner consist of chowder, dozen clams, a half chicken, sweet potato and corn on the cob for $25.
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Origin and Etymology of cob
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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