cored

adjective
\ˈkȯrd \

Definition of cored 

: having a core of a specified kind usually used in combination a balsa-cored deck

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Ramp up the oven to 450° and put 4 large, cored tomatoes on a rimmed baking sheet/casserole thing for 35-ish minutes, until their skin is browned. Alex Beggs, Bon Appetit, "I Bring This Salsa to Every Party, Then Eat It Alone in a Corner," 2 Feb. 2018

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1945, in the meaning defined above

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