Corn-pone



[kawrn-pohn] /ˈkɔrnˌpoʊn/

adjective
1.
of or characteristic of an unsophisticated rural person, especially from the South:
a corn-pone accent.
noun, Southern U.S.
1.
corn bread, especially of a plain or simple kind.
noun
1.
(Southern US) corn bread, esp a plain type made with water Sometimes shortened to pone

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