[kawrn-flou-er] /ˈkɔrnˌflaʊ ər/
Also called bachelor’s-button, bluebottle. a European composite plant, Centaurea cyanus, growing in grainfields, having blue to white heads, often cultivated as an ornamental.
Also called cornflower blue. a deep, vivid blue.
a Eurasian herbaceous plant, Centaurea cyanus, with blue, purple, pink, or white flowers, formerly a common weed in cornfields: family Asteraceae (composites) Also called bluebottle See also bachelor’s-buttons
[kawrn-ferth, -fawrth, -fohrth] /ˈkɔrn fərθ, -ˌfɔrθ, -ˌfoʊrθ/ noun 1. Sir John Warcup [wawr-kuhp] /ˈwɔr kʌp/ (Show IPA), 1917–2013, British chemist, born in Australia: Nobel Prize 1975. /ˈkɔːnˌfɔːθ/ noun 1. Sir John Warcup. born 1917, Australian chemist, who shared the 1975 Nobel prize for chemistry with Vladimir Prelog for their work on stereochemistry Cornforth Corn·forth (kôrn’fərth, […]
noun 1. gluten separated from corn during milling, used primarily as a livestock feed.
noun, (used with a singular or plural verb) 1. hominy grits.
[kawrn-hohl] /ˈkɔrnˌhoʊl/ verb (used with object), cornholed, cornholing. Slang: Vulgar. 1. to have anal intercourse with. v. synonymous with “do anal intercourse” by 1930s, apparently the reference is to a game played in the farming regions of the Ohio Valley in the U.S. from 19c., in which players take turns throwing a small bag full […]