Word "CORN" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a hard thickening of the skin (especially on the top or sides of the toes) caused by the pressure of ill-fitting shoes
Synonyms:
clavus

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
tall annual cereal grass bearing kernels on large ears: widely cultivated in America in many varieties; the principal cereal in Mexico and Central and South America since pre-Columbian times
Synonyms:
indian corn, maize, zea mays

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
ears of corn that can be prepared and served for human food
Synonyms:
edible corn

Crossword Clues for CORN

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Clue Source Date
Silage source Canadiana 29 Aug 2022
Cereal The Times Concise 26 Aug 2022
Big crop in Iowa New York Times 23 Aug 2022
Barbecue veggie USA Today 22 Aug 2022
Tortilla option Universal 26 May 2022
Common field crop Family Time 08 May 2022
Muffin type Eugene Sheffer 18 Apr 2022
Succotash ingredient USA Today 22 Mar 2022
Common crop Family Time 27 Feb 2022
It grows on cobs USA Today 16 Feb 2022
Ingredient in pashofa The Washington Post Sunday 13 Feb 2022
Cereal ingredient, often Universal 31 Jan 2022
Chowder ingredient USA Today 25 Jan 2022
Toe woe Wall Street Journal 08 Jan 2022
Iowa crop Eugene Sheffer 01 Jan 2022
Succotash ingredient Universal 30 Nov 2021
Preserve, in a way, as beef LA Times Daily 14 Nov 2021
Grain seen reflected in moonrock The Times Cryptic 08 Nov 2021
Type of field with crows Family Time 11 Oct 2021
Cereal grain Newsday 29 Sep 2021
Oil source Newsday 25 Sep 2021
Field crop Thomas Joseph 13 Sep 2021
Food wrapped in silk LA Times Daily 05 Sep 2021
Food wrapped in silk The Washington Post 05 Sep 2021
Ethanol source Newsday 22 Aug 2021
Kerneled veggie LA Times Daily 02 Aug 2021
Kerneled veggie The Washington Post 02 Aug 2021
Oil and syrup source Family Time 02 May 2021
Crop with kernels USA Today 06 Mar 2021
Muffin flavor Newsday 17 Feb 2021
Crop covered by a husk USA Today 30 Jan 2021
Staple food in Mexico USA Today 28 Jan 2021
Dirges from recordings taken from The Field by the farmers Irish Times Crosaire 27 Jan 2021
Tortilla type Universal 12 Dec 2020
Groanworthy humor LA Times Daily 19 Nov 2020
Groanworthy humor The Washington Post 19 Nov 2020
Illinois's state grain The Washington Post Sunday 06 Sep 2020
___ on the cob New York Times 10 Aug 2020
Crop on stalks Newsday 24 Jun 2020
Major Iowa crop USA Today 14 Jun 2020
On-the-cob veggie LA Times Daily 01 Jun 2020
On-the-cob veggie The Washington Post 01 Jun 2020
*Outdoor board game? Universal 26 May 2020
Unsophisticated humor Wall Street Journal 29 Feb 2020
Grown ears The Washington Post Sunday 09 Feb 2020
Field gain Wall Street Journal 01 Feb 2020
Trick grabbing rook's ears? The Sun Two Speed 30 Oct 2019
Cereal crop The Sun Two Speed 30 Oct 2019
Dad jokes and such Universal 16 Sep 2019
With 68-Down, summer side dish New York Times 08 Sep 2019
Succotash, in part USA Today 26 Jul 2019
Trite humor USA Today 12 Jul 2019
____Hill New Brunswick Canadiana 08 Jul 2019
Food on a cob Newsday 08 Jul 2019
Field crop Thomas Joseph 05 Jun 2019
Succotash ingredient Jonesin 28 May 2019
Hokey humor Wall Street Journal 21 May 2019
''Sweet'' stuff Newsday 18 May 2019
Succotash kernel The Washington Post 13 May 2019
Succotash kernel LA Times Daily 13 May 2019
Groanworthy gags Newsday 11 May 2019
Hokey humor USA Today 14 Apr 2019
Cereal crop The Times Concise 07 Apr 2019
___ syrup The Washington Post Sunday 07 Apr 2019
Iowa crop Eugene Sheffer 18 Feb 2019
Toe woe New York Times 01 Feb 2019
Walls of some mazes Newsday 25 Jan 2019
Ear pieces? Wall Street Journal 02 Jan 2019
Hokey humor
Dad jokes and such
Trite humor
With 68-Down, summer side dish
Succotash, in part
Ear pieces?
Succotash kernel
Toe woe
Ingredient in chips and chowders USA Today 23 Dec 2018
Frosted Flakes grain USA Today 07 Dec 2018
Type of oil or syrup Universal 01 Dec 2018
Hokey stuff Thomas Joseph 27 Oct 2018
Food that's husked New York Times 15 Oct 2018
Hackneyed humor USA Today 10 Oct 2018
'Squeezin's' grain USA Today 29 Sep 2018
Canadian field crop with ears Canadiana 24 Sep 2018
Muffin choice USA Today 19 Sep 2018
Food served on the cob Newsday 23 Jul 2018
Major Iowa crop New York Times 26 Jun 2018
Tortilla base Wall Street Journal 06 Jun 2018
Ears that can't hear New York Times 08 May 2018
Grain on Wisconsin's state quarter USA Today 23 Apr 2018
Cheesy stuff New York Times 04 Apr 2018
Iowa crop LA Times Daily 02 Apr 2018
Iowa crop The Washington Post 02 Apr 2018
A cereal grass Irish Times Simplex 24 Mar 2018
It's all ears Wall Street Journal 14 Mar 2018
Kernels on cobs Family Time 05 Mar 2018
Vegetable that can be popped Family Time 19 Feb 2018
Oil or ear source Universal 24 Jan 2018
Major Iowa crop
Food that's husked
Cheesy stuff
Oil or ear source
Type of oil or syrup
Iowa crop
Tortilla base
Muffin choice
"Squeezin's" grain
Frosted Flakes grain
Grain on Wisconsin's state quarter
Ingredient in chips and chowders
Ears that can't hear
Hackneyed humor
Crop Conservative runs through? The Telegraph Toughie 29 Dec 2017
Cob vegetable Newsday 28 Nov 2017
Iowa's largest export New York Times 22 Nov 2017
Veggie on cobs Newsday 21 Nov 2017
Grain used in brewing Coors Light USA Today 16 Jul 2017
Ethanol source USA Today 07 Jul 2017
Ears in the field The Washington Post 13 Jun 2017
Ears in the field LA Times Daily 13 Jun 2017
Humor that evokes winces LA Times Daily 19 Mar 2017
Humor that evokes winces The Washington Post 19 Mar 2017
Mawkish humor Newsday 12 Mar 2017
Trite jokes USA Today 26 Feb 2017
Crop plentiful around 48-Down USA Today 29 Jan 2017
Choice for a chowder Newsday 19 Jan 2017
Ethanol source
Iowa's largest export
Grain used in brewing Coors Light
Ears in the field
Trite jokes
Edible ears Newsday 18 Dec 2016
Cereal The Times Concise 08 Dec 2016
Plant unearthed in decor, nevertheless Irish Times Crosaire 23 Nov 2016
Succotash morsels USA Today 21 Oct 2016
With 13-Across, Mexican restaurant choices LA Times Daily 02 Sep 2016
Grain in grits Newsday 31 Aug 2016
With 16-Across, General Mills cereal USA Today 02 May 2016
Contents of some cribs Newsday 15 Apr 2016
Shucked veggie USA Today 27 Mar 2016
Frosted Flakes box word Wall Street Journal 26 Mar 2016
Essence of some cakes Newsday 19 Mar 2016
Kansas field Universal 07 Mar 2016
Crop on cobs Family Time 01 Feb 2016
Succotash morsels
With 13-Across, Mexican restaurant choices
With 16-Across, General Mills cereal
Ears you may bite on New York Times 23 Dec 2015
Iowa crop USA Today 29 Nov 2015
Thanksgiving staple Wall Street Journal 25 Nov 2015
Succotash half Thomas Joseph 24 Nov 2015
Cereal grain Newsday 28 Oct 2015
Cooking oil source LA Times Daily 11 Aug 2015
On-the-cob vegetable Newsday 11 Aug 2015
Cob serving Newsday 05 Aug 2015
Ear pieces? USA Today 30 Jun 2015
Painful area on skin in ear The Times Cryptic 27 Apr 2015
It's on the cob Family Time 23 Feb 2015
Study involving the origin of rye and another crop The Telegraph Cryptic 07 Feb 2015
Husky food? Universal 06 Feb 2015
Thanksgiving staple
Cooking oil source
Toe woe
Husky food?
Cereal grain
Cob serving
On-the-cob vegetable
Iowa crop
Ear pieces?
Ears you may bite on
Not the most sophisticated humor
Podiatrist's concern
It may be popped
Kind of bread or flakes
Common syrup source
Midwestern crop
Ears that can't hear
Crop on cobs
Food on a cob
Hayseed humor
It is measured in ears
Trite stuff
Maize
It may get creamed
Muffin grain
Mustard-colored kernels
Trite stuff
Source of ethanol
Succotash ingredient
Maize
Common syrup source
Ear pieces
Toe woe
Mustard-colored kernels
Preserve with salt
Spike to shuck
Spike to shuck
Common syrup variety
Iowa crop
Toe woe
Veggie on a cob
Veggie on a cob
Toe woe
It's grown in ears
Starch source
Ear on your plate
Ear on your plate
Mawkish material
Side dish on cobs
On-the-cob serving
Grain on the Wisconsin state quarter
Ethanol source
See 35-Across
It's covered in silk
Ingredient in some chips
Succotash, partly
It's covered in silk
Muffin grain
It is measured in ears
Trite jokes
__ on the cob
Fritter material
Oil source
Tamale necessity
"Hee Haw" humor
Ears at the vegetable stand
Cooking oil source
Trite humor
Chicken feed
Dodger base
Ears at the vegetable stand
"Hee Haw" jokes, say
Iowa crop
Schmaltz
Pone ingredient
Hokey jokes
Crib contents
Pone ingredient
Succotash ingredient
"Hee Haw" humor
Biofuel source
"Hee Haw" jokes, say
It's hard to walk on
It's all ears
Base of some ethanol
Word with silk or syrup
Old jokes
Old jokes
Mawkish humor
Tall crop
-home humor
Husky subject?
__ dog (breaded snack)
Hokey humor
Clambake item
Edible ears
Moonshine ingredient
Some humor
Foot fault?
Preserve with salt, like beef
Preserve, as beef
Ear pieces?
Hokey humor
Oil source
Ear pieces?
Chip ingredient
Muffin ingredient
An American staple crop
Succotash ingredient
Muffin ingredient
___ flakes
It grows on cobs
Muffin flavor
Word that can precede the start of 17- or 54-Across or 11- or 27-Down
Foot ailment
Unwanted 35-Across feature
Toe woe
Syrup source
Plaster target
Oil source
Hiker's woe
Gnawed veggie
Cereal ingredient
Type of syrup or oil
Gnawed veggie
Chowder ingredient
American food staple
Hokey humor
Mawkish sentiment
Edible ears
Kind of whisky
Muffin choice
Husky food?
Type of flakes
Groan-evoking humor
"The ___ Is Green" (1945 Bette Davis film)
Groan-evoking humor
Crop on stalks
Midwest crop
Foot fault
Kind of maze
Groan-inducing humor
Chex choice
Maize
Chip stuff
Ear pieces?
Podiatric problem
Kind of maze
Groan-inducing humor
Succotash ingredient
Groan elicitor
Toe woe
Groan elicitor
Common syrup source
Moonshiner's sackful
Ear pieces?
Ear pieces
Some humor
Old-fashioned humor
Joe Miller material: sl.
Syrup source
Veggie on cobs
Ingredient in some chowders
"Hee Haw" humor
Veggie
Husky subject?
___ fritter
Foot woe
Whiskey ingredient
Trite humor
It's grown in ears
A biotech variety of this, not approved for humans, may be appearing in some shells
Hokey acting
Schmaltz
Hiker's woe
Some old jokes
One kind of oil
Edible ears
Scarecrow's charge
Hokey stuff
Basic grain
Dodger's base
Some of Grandpa's jokes, e.g.
It goes on ear after ear
Stuff that pops
It's on the cob
Type of muffin
Old joke
Edible ears
Type of syrup or oil
Hayseed humor
Hominy, essentially
Mawkish sentiment
Hokey acting
Crib contents
Before pone or dog
Moonshine ingredient
Joe Miller stock-in-trade
Succotash ingredient
Starch source
It grows in ears
Kind of flower or flakes
Chicken feed
Trite joke
Succotash ingredient
Oil source
It's both grown and eaten in rows
"Hee Haw" fodder?
Preserve as beef
Mawkish material
Kind of meal
Skier's snow
On-the-cob treat
Preserve
Pickle
Schmaltz
Maize
Kan. product
Some "Hee Haw" humor
Kind of bread or chip
Iowa product
Clavus
Pone ingredient
White-lightning ingredient
Trite theatrics
Golden Cross, e.g.
Ham's trite offering
Shipment from Des Moines
Banal content
Hammy comic's output
Preserve with salt
Cure by salting
Vaudevillian humor
Kind of belt
Hackneyed art
Kind of flakes or snow
Wheat, in England
Country humor
Farm crop
Kind of snow or cob
Trite humor
Certain humor
Belt or pone
Moonshine base
Foot woe
Wheezy stuff
Grain
Trite stuff
Bathos: Slang
Trite stuff.
Southern whisky.
Kind of meal.
Vegetable.
Menu item.
Important crop.
Banal humor: Slang.
Trite humor: Slang.
Grain.
Trite ideas: Slang.
Cereal.
Farm product.
Kansas forte.
Johnnycake ingredient.
Feature of Kansas in August.
Country Gentleman.
Maize.
Midwest drop.
Crop in with Illinois leads.
In England it means wheat.
Iowa's pride.
Ingredient of johnny cake.
Seed of a cereal grass.
Product of Illinois.
___ muffins.
Lima bean's partner.
Highly sentimental ideas.
Hallowe'en confection.
Unsophisticated humor.
Product of Iowa.
Mawkish humor.
Banal entertainment: Colloq.
___ fritter.
Triteness of ham actor: Slang.
U. S. naval station, Caribbean.
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