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Alternative clues for the word cob
Part of the ear
Part of an ear
Part that's not eaten
Short-legged, thick-set horse
Bit of autumn decoration
What corn kernels attach to
Corn on the ___
Inner part of an ear of corn
Prepared, as apples for baking
Holder of corn kernels
Part of a harvest festival decoration
Nut of any of several trees of the genus Corylus
Adult male swan
Stocky short-legged harness horse
White gull having a black back and wings
Inner part of a corn ear
Short, stocky horse
Core of an ear
Black-headed sea gull
Pipe material, for short
Type of coal
Part of a golden ear
Word definitions for cob in dictionaries
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES corn on the cob COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS ■ NOUN corn ▪ Add the shallot, beans and oriental corn cobs and cook, stirring for about 3 minutes. ▪ Add stock and reserved corn cobs and bring to a boil. ▪ One fellow is roasting...
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Cob \Cob\, n. [Cf. AS. cop, copp, head, top, D. kop, G. kopf, kuppe, LL. cuppa cup (cf. E. brainpan), and also W. cob tuft, spider, cop, copa, top, summit, cobio to thump. Cf. Cop top, Cup , n.] The top or head of anything. [Obs.] --W. Gifford. A leader...
Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. (context lang=en US military) (initialism of lang=en contingency operating base)
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
a word or set of identical words with a wide range of meanings, many seeming to derive from notions of "heap, lump, rounded object," also "head" and its metaphoric extensions. With cognates in other Germanic languages; of uncertain origin and development....
Word definitions in WordNet
n. nut of any of several trees of the genus Corylus [syn: hazelnut , filbert , cobnut ] stocky short-legged harness horse white gull having a black back and wings [syn: black-backed gull , great black-backed gull , Larus marinus ] adult male swan
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Cob , cobb or clom (in Wales) is a natural building material made from subsoil , water, some kind of fibrous organic material (typically straw ), and sometimes lime . The contents of subsoil naturally varies and if it does not contain the right mixture...
Usage examples of cob.
He heard about the Corn Cob Club, and though of course he is not a bookseller he begged to come to our meetings.
I wanted to drive deep into the Atchafalaya Swamp, past the confines of reason, into the past, into a world of lost dialects, gator hunters, busthead whiskey, moss harvesters, Jax beer, trotline runners, moonshiners, muskrat trappers, cockfights, bloodred boudin, a jigger of Jim Beam lowered into a frosted schooner of draft, outlaw shrimpers, dirty rice black from the pot, hogmeat cooked in rum, Pearl and Regal and Grand Prize and Lone Star iced down in washtubs, crawfish boiled with cob corn and artichokes, all of it on the tree-flooded, alluvial rim of the world, where the tides and the course of the sun were the only measures of time.
Joel Duffle says two dozen ears of corn on the cob, and Violette replies with two quarts of lima beans.
Cob, always lamer in winter, stumped awkwardly into the snowy lane to greet them.
A tuft of oxeye daisies in the shelter of a ruinous worm fence attracted him, and he reined the cob from the highway to fetch them.
Cut the grains from the cobs and place in a bowl, season with salt and pepper, add one-fourth pound of sifted flour, two eggs and a half pint of cold milk.
They spent the afternoon in a daze of euphoria buying cob webby underwear made by the nuns at the local convent, an extravagance that Shelley protested against quite vehemently until she had an illuminating mental vision of Jaime seeing her in the exquisite hand-embroidered garments.
Exceptions included the Scotch or Cotton thistle, a biennial growing up to five feet with striking, sculptured leaves, covered with white cob webby hairs and .
Himself, Sir Gerald Tarrant no less, master of a Secret Service department, huddled in that wardrobe with his bloody bowler and brolly, sweating cobs, visualizing ghastly consequences.
Sheilagh Morraine had a sweet, true, ordinary little voice, wooden gestures and expressions, and an astounding 42-25-38 figure she garbed in show gowns that seemed knitted of wet cob webs.
Dauboeuf, Garraway, Hemming, Skinner, and Cobner mention roseola and scarlatiniform erythema after minute doses of quinin.
Two or three boys were up on the roof of the Grange porch, festooning the entrance with corn garlands, while Jim Minerva stood on a ladder, attaching to the corners bunches of unshelled Indian cobs.
Attorney General, surprisingly aggressive, managing to shoulder out former Hewson himself--fetching for Verrie more champagne, and a second lavishly buttered cob of fresh-steamed corn.
New York to learn Americanese and American mechanical methods, and he had gone so far that he now really liked corn on cob.
It has all been eaten by rodents and birds that have gone up and under the cavern roof, but the cobs and the rinds from squash remain, giving us clear evidence that the Anasazi understood the great importance of storing large amounts of food during the good years for use during the bad.