Recent Examples of corncob from the Web
The pieces include some practically Dadaist still-life sculptures, made of machine parts, and a chandelier, designed for a Cedar Rapids hotel, with eye-fooling replicas of corncobs.
Among the objects lethally employed: a spear, a crossbow, a champagne bottle and a corncob.
Stack the lobsters in the pot, with the corncobs on top.
A corncob lies on the Bourbon Street sidewalk on Nov. 1, 1969, when a new city ordinance went into effect banning food and drink sales from the windows of businesses in the French Quarter.
Thick summery food waste, like corncobs and husks, watermelon rinds and banana peels, most likely will overtax your disposal.
The complex is a tall cylinder that resembles a corncob.
About that picnic garbage: Keep your dog away from corncobs, which can lead to intestinal blockage, and chicken bones, which are a choking hazard.
Cutting Board and Knife: For letting meat rest, or tasks like slicing the kernels off a corncob.
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Definition of corncob for English Language Learners
: the long, hard, center part of corn (sense 1) : the part of corn that the kernels grow on
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