Definitions for -corn

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Wiktionary

  1. -corn(Suffix)

    having (such) horns; one having (such) horns

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Sean Bolton:

    It's like meth corn, I guess you could say.

  2. Warren White:

    If you add sugar and milk, it'd be just like Corn Flakes.

  3. Steve Nicholson:

    Everyone's grabbing at straws for demand for corn (products).

  4. Francis M. Faber Jr./Hayward C. Beach/WerterBuch/Zygmunt Zikorra/Hans Fabermann/Frances Marie Fabre/:

    Does an ear of corn 'don' Earmuffs' during inclement cold weather?

  5. Marcia Andreychuk:

    I am attracted to the quirky, who wouldn’t want corn cob curtains?

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