Recent Examples of cornstalk from the Web
The dugouts are only feet away from the cornstalks.
All around her in the hallowed clearing, green shoots of new cornstalks broke through the straw.
The hotel's fence isn't the only cornstalk fence in town.
Then came the iconic cornstalk fence by which everyone now knows that building.
Customers work their way through the puzzle that is cut into higher-than-your-head cornstalks.
Nicolas Bartolo turned off Highway 51 at the town of Tlapehuala and headed south on a dirt road through fields of dead cornstalks.
People stood in a field of cornstalks, the eastern horizon a pale pink with the coming of dawn.
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First Known Use of cornstalk
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Definition of cornstalk for English Language Learners
: the long stem of a corn plant (sense 1)
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