|(Slang) great, excellent; of outstanding quality or ability, someone who has great ability, something excellent; corn confection, sweet corn snack||crackajack|
|agitated, shocked, deeply upset, set of timber parts for barrel, shake, bundle of grain or corn; set of wood and metal pieces for constructing a barrel or box||shook|
|alcoholic beverage made from fermented grain (e.g. corn, rye, or barley), alcoholic spirit||whiskey|
|alcoholic beverage made from fermented grain (e.g. corn, rye, or barley), whiskey||whisky|
|arrange grain sheaves in shock, collide, distressing feelings after shock, electric shock, give somebody electric shock, jolt, collide; upset, distress; offend, stun; subject to an electrical current; form bundles of grain or corn for drying, collision...||shock|
|atom stripped of its electrons, central part, cereal grain, edible core, key portion of an operating system, seed, softer and often edible section contained within husk or stone; grain (of wheat, corn, etc.); point, essence, core; part of an operating ...||kernel|
|bean and corn dish, stew of American Indian origin that is made with corn and lima beans||succotash|
|breakfast cereal made from corn||cornflakes; corn flakes|
|building for storing corn, structure for storing unhusked corn||corncrib|
|cereal crop, corn snow, corn whiskey, corny item or material, grain, cereal; maize; kernel; wart, callus, grains of corn plant, hardened uncomfortable area on foot, Indian corn, preserve food with salt or brine, preserve meat in brine or salt, tall cer...||corn|
|Ceres, goddess of agriculture and patron of marriage (Greek Mythology), Greek goddess of corn (Roman equivalent)||Demeter|
|coarsely ground corn, coarsely ground grain which has been boiled and then fried (eaten as a breakfast food); coarsely ground grain, grain with husks removed||grits|
|core of an ear of corn, core of corn ear||corncob|
|core of corn ear, corncob; male swan; short-legged horse; (British) roll, bun, old Spanish-American coin, short-legged riding horse||cob|
|corn bread||batter bread|
|corn bread, flat cake made from corn meal||hoecake|
|corn chip||tortilla chip|
|corn kernels as food, edible corn, sugar corn||sweet corn|
|corn meal, flour from corn, flour ground from corn; oatmeal (British), Indian meal||cornmeal|
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